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We’re excited to share that IFS received PinkVERIFY™ certification for IFS assyst in 17 practices against ITIL 4, outperforming some of the largest IT Service Management players in the market. The PinkVERIFY™ certification is provided by Pink Elephant, the world’s leading ITSM education and consulting provider. Learn more.
Update: All documentation has been restored. 20 Dec 2021Announcement: Apps10 Documentation has been removed from docs.ifs.comDue to the recent Log4J vulnerability, we have removed the Apps10 documentation from docs.ifs.com.We realize this is an inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we determine the next best steps. We’re currently considering solutions that would eliminate the security risk presented by a public documentation site, and will keep you informed of our decision. In the meantime, please refer to the in-product Apps10 documentation.Please subscribe to this announcement to received notifications of updates.
That user experience is important, I think everyone will agree on. But to achieve great user experience we need knowledge about our users. And the best way to obtain this knowledge is through meeting our users, doing interviews and observe them using our product. To make it easier for us to meet our users, we (the User experience product group at IFS R&D) have created a group for end users. It has end users, that have said okay to participate in studies connected to user experience. They decide the level of engagement. Do you work at a place where you think that there are people who would be willing to participate in this group? Request to join here:https://community.ifs.com/groups/ifs-research-design-group-362 Many thanksTove Ståhl
URGENT BULLETINIFS Advisory: IFS Products, Services and Log4j IFS Advisory: IFS Products, Services and Log4j Update (22nd December 2021 8:30 UTC)Thank you to everyone who has actively participated in this KBA. We trust that the questions asked and the responses given have been of benefit to wider understanding of the mitigation of CVE-2021-44228 with respect to IFS products and services. Questions have however now started to move beyond this particular CVE and in to the area of customer-specific issues that are hard to track in a single threaded article, so this KBA is now closed to further comments. If you have product support issues please therefore report them through your usual support channel, or if you have questions or advice to share related to your experience with mitigating this vulnerability, please use the appropriate Community forum. Update (21st December 2021 13:30 UTC)IFS Developer Studio update 21.82.845200.20211220 is now available. This update contains the fix (
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