The Association for Technical Support Professionals

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Thanks Kevin. We are looking for a central remote tool that can contain all of our apps, intranet, etc. I'm wondering if anyone is using another option than Citrix? VPN/WebVPN? Best Regards, John ------------------------------ John Alexiou Senior Manager, Support Services Weill Cornell Medicine Information Technologies and Services 1300 York Avenue New York, NY 10065 joa2042@med.cornell.edu ------------------------------

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Great post!! Since I started a few years ago. The culture here was to drive SLA management between all groups however a lot of the queue management process has been lost in translation.. We have made some changes that have helped but a complete overhaul of the incident management process or TTO is now being owned by the Support Services group. Current Process: All Calls, myhelpdesk portal, emails that comes into the Customer Support queue is managed by two Team Leads. They will resolve or assign [More]

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Depends what you are looking for. We use Citrix for both remote access, and for remote desktop. Remote access has common applications. Quick use of Outlook Word, Excel. Access to files on Network drives. Remote desktop is what it says. Remote access to your actual desktop. ------------------------------ Kevin Foley Specialized Client Support Manager Texas Legislative Council Austin TX ------------------------------

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