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The Perfect Dashboard for Workflow Efficiency

Empower IT with a role-based interface for integrated management applications. Join us to discover the perfect dashboard to optimize IT workflows and visibility.

To keep IT running at its best, you need to provide the right people with the right information, the right way. In this webinar with BMC and Edge Technologies, you’ll learn how to unify information from multiple IT management tools into role-based views and streamline your team’s workflows. Find out how you can:

• Integrate your IT management tools to improve IT efficiency
• Optimize workflows through single sign-on, data and UI integration
• Use a custom dashboard to combine new visualizations with native views

Give your team the dashboard it needs to keep IT operations at peak performance.
Recorded Feb 2 2015 58 mins
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Bob Hayward, Sudhakar Karuppaiah, BMC Software; Chris Vasquez, Ward Cobleigh, Edge Technologies
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