April 21, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
According to Whatech.com, the workload scheduling software will increase to 8.8 percent in the next three years. Company owners and IT managers are beginning to understand the immense help that the software can do to alleviate them from burdensome tasks or make their processes faster and better. However, many of these executives (and other employees, for that matter) tend to see workload automation as one big batch scheduling platform. While batch scheduling is an integral and vital part of workload automation, that is not its entirety. The following article defines job or batch scheduling, and then compares it to workload automation. Similarities and differences alike are pointed out, and in the process showing that there is more to workload automation than one feature. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas.
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