Practical examples

Inventory with QR codes

Inventory with QR codes

Inventory is often considered a necessary evil. Equipment and other inventory must be located first. Afterwards, data is collected for hours with pen and paper. Possibly, the data is transferred to an Excel spreadsheet at the end. i-doit relieves you greatly here. The...

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Automated CSV import with i-doit

Automated CSV import with i-doit

Often there is a large amount of data in the company that you should transfer to the CMDB. This can be in the form of existing Excel tables that have been continuously maintained. There are also various applications and services that include important information. For...

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What is Self Service?

What is Self Service?

Did you buy a ticket for the S-Bahn from a ticket machine today? Did you go to your bank and get an account statement? Or did you inform your electricity supplier of a new address via the customer portal on their website? Then you have used a so-called self-service....

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Document Cabling in i-doit

Document Cabling in i-doit

When it comes to the technical documentation of the IT infrastructure, devices such as servers, clients, switches, firewalls and routers come to the foreground. The documentation of cabling is often neglected. But when identifying faults or performance bottlenecks...

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Reporting Special

Reporting Special

Professional IT documentation is made up of a multitude of information. The focus is naturally on the documentation of devices, hardware and components. However, in order to obtain a true 360° view of the IT landscape, additional information is also recorded, such as...

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