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07/07/2016 Tags : iTop
The version 2.3.0 of iTop is now available. It is a major release with several exciting new features. Don’t wait to download and deploy it. (...)
The IT service management solution iTop Professional Plus receives the ITIL Compliance award "SERVIEW CertifiedTool". Experts at the Bad Homburg consulting company SERVIEW certifies it for eight processes ITIL compliance. The label is given to software solutions that meet the high standards of the independent consultancy firm. "This award for iTop Professional Plus proves that the cost (...)
The CeBIT, exhibition for office automation, information technology and telecommunication, will be held at the exhibition center in Hannover, Germany, from the 14th to the 18th of March. Combodo’s historical partner for the D-A-CH markets, ITOMIG GmbH, will present iTop at their booth on the CeBIT exhibition. Come and us in Hall 3, booth D36/530, and find out about ITIL certified version iTop (...)
Download the new release by following this link. Here is the list of the bugs corrected by iTop 2.2.1 maintenance version: #1165: Backup with errors fills up tmp-directories with lots of backup-files #1150: Spurious message "A restore is running. Please wait..." #1174: Support of HTML fields in the bulk modify forms #1153: Preserve leading zeroes in the Excel export ("numeric" fields) (...)
After an extensive summer of testing and fine tuning, the version 2.2.0 of iTop is now available for production, so don’t hesitate to download and install it. Download iTop 2.2.0 What’s new in 2.2.0? We’ve done a little bit of polishing on the look of the application and added a number of enhancements related to the management of Configuration Items (CIs). (...)
The version 2.1.0 of iTop is now ready for production. Download iTop 2.1.0 What’s new in 2.1.0? Version 2.1.0 of iTop has a number of changes "under the hood" as well as a few usability enhancements to make iTop easier to use and customize. Data model format enhancements We’ve bumped the version number of iTop to 2.1 because of a number of small, but significant, changes to the data model (...)