Intermediate Operation

Updated date: 2 February 2018
During the configuration of the Web portal, some incident templates et SR types can be made visible so that users can generate their request using a web form.   The forms created with Octopus can be customized in many ways:  the objective is to gather the required information to...
Updated date: 19 November 2014
This article explains how to configure Octopus so that incidents/SRs created using the web application or by email are automatically assigned to the right service desk group based on the user's location.
Updated date: 27 July 2018
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Updated date: 27 November 2015
This article explains how to manage licenses in Octopus. A list on license control is already available through the Configurations module, but when you have more than one version of the same software, you must modify your configuration to correctly administer the number of installed...
Updated date: 23 May 2017
When you manage a service, it is important to measure it to find out what are its strengths and weaknesses. From the information that is gathered, you can make changes to processes, give training or coaching to employees, communicate more information to the customers, etc. to improve on what the...
Updated date: 9 October 2015
This article presents how the "Changes" module can be exploited to manage project without using a more elaborate tool such as Microsoft Project.
Updated date: 14 November 2016
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Updated date: 10 April 2017
When setting up the Web Portal, some incident templates and service requests (SR) types can be made visible to users so they can submit requests on their own through the Web Portal. Forms created with Octopus can be customized in several ways; the objective is to gather the necessary...
Updated date: 23 August 2018
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Updated date: 23 August 2018
It is possible to integrate and track all the changes implying the IT Department in an efficient and centralised manner by using the Octopus Changes module. This article describes the functional use of the module. 

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