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Object Oriented Collaboration

Our IT environments are incredibly complex, and they’re constantly changing from one minute to the next. Add a group of people to the equation and you get a whole lot of miscommunication, which ultimately leads to impacts that could have been avoided.

It feels like we’re playing a never-ending childhood game of telephone. Except in this case, John needs to make a change to a web server that front-ends an important business application, so he sends an email to Billy, who owns active directory.

When Billy finally responds several days later, he and John talk about some new, highly critical information. John sends a text about the change to Suzie, the IT security manager, but he forgets to give her the important update. And it’s too late by the time Suzie tells John that his change violated a security policy.

You get the picture. Miscommunication like this can result in huge impacts to your IT environment, but they can all be avoided with Object Oriented Collaboration.

Object Oriented Collaboration automatically identifies and communicates with the right people at the right time, so you never have to guess whom to contact about a proposed change.

This allows for effective communication within the context of the technology object and change at hand, so everyone benefits from having access to complete information and a full line of a communication.

By using a familiar social media interface, users can contact and question each other through real time posts and notifications. This enables you to share information, which is then automatically recorded for future reference, so it’s always there when you need it.

And Object Oriented Collaboration lets you cut through the noise by enabling participants to follow discussions only about objects that are relevant to them. The result is that when you communicate through Object Oriented Collaboration, you start to see the bigger picture.








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