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Interloc Solutions | EAM

By: Scott Peluso
May 1st, 2018

Interloc Solutions and EAM Software today announced the availability of a solution which allows IBM Maximo Asset Management customers the ability to significantly improve their data management capabilities and processes. EAM’s Data Management Tool for Maximo streamlines and reduces Maximo operational and deployment costs. The solution simplifies data integration through the use of standard Microsoft Excel for importing and exporting and is fully integrated into the Maximo application and security framework.

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Interloc Solutions | SCCD | IBM SmartCloud Control Desk

By: Scott Peluso
April 28th, 2014

With the ever increasing demands placed on Information Tehnology (IT) departments, it's no wonder that they are constantly looking for innovative approaches to managing their environments, while at the same time providing "on-demand" services and accounting for assets and changes.  

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Interloc Solutions | SCCD | SCCD Self Service Catalog | SCCD Service Catalog

By: Scott Peluso
April 23rd, 2014

IBM Control Desk (ICD) comes with a Self Service Center that includes a Service Catalog -- but why do you need one? This blog post, written by Interloc's Pete Morell, explores the reasons your IT Department needs a Service Catalog.

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Maximo | Interloc Solutions | Java | WebSphere | Debug | WebLogic | Eclipse

By: Greg Dukelow
May 5th, 2011

Updated: April 6, 2020 by Jeff Kish Many implementations of Maximo include a good bit of custom written Java code. When the code works, life is great and everyone is happy.  However, as most of us know, that is not often the case, and then you are stuck searching log files for debug statements.