4 Reasons Application Scope in ServiceNow Is Important

Posted on June 03, 2019

Since the Fuji release of ServiceNow in March 2015, the platform introduced the concept of Scoped Applications. This feature creates a private namespace assigned to a collection of tables and...

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How Effective Are Your ServiceNow Dashboards?

At Stave, one of the things I think is great is when I get to see a portal site one of our customers has developed using CMS+.  CMS+ is designed to build responsive portals in ServiceNow faster...

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ServiceNow Portals Defined

Posted on August 23, 2016

We often hear about how ServiceNow enables enterprises to offer self-service web-based portal sites for their end-users and customers to initiate and view their requests from business services....

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Responsive Design in ServiceNow Portals

Posted on July 26, 2016
“Responsive Design” is the term used throughout the web community to describe how a page can both scale and change based on the screen size of the device on which it’s being viewed.  The term...
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Bringing It Home: How Choosing Your ServiceNow Portal Engine Is Like Buying a House

Posted on July 15, 2016

ServiceNow recently announced the deployment of a new content delivery engine, called ServicePortal, to replace the current CMS engine that’s served as the platform’s content system since the very...

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Calendar Subscriptions from Your ServiceNow Data

Posted on June 21, 2016

Most mature organizations wind up with copious amounts of data stored in their ServiceNow instance.  While the data in ServiceNow almost always starts with IT-related records, such as Incidents...

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Where's the 9-1-1 for Our Enterprise?

Posted on June 16, 2016

Everyone knows about the 9-1-1 phone system used by local governments to provide emergency services to their citizens.  This is a popular and universal system with incredibly valuable features,...

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