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    February 15, 2024

    Embracing Global Collaboration and Inclusivity with Automic Automation V24

    In today's digital age, where global operations and diverse workforces have become the norm, the need for technology that bridges geographical and linguistic divides is more crucial than ever. Enter Automic Automation V24, a release set to transform how businesses operate on a global scale. This latest iteration is a significant leap forward in fostering inclusivity and seamless collaboration across borders.

    Global collaboration through Unicode/UTF-8 support

    Automic Automation V24 enhances collaboration and data processing by introducing Unicode/UTF-8 support. This support enables seamless operations across diverse character sets and optimizes the language experience for international users. This optimization ensures that teams worldwide can collaborate more effectively, without the hassle of encoding issues or data corruption. Whether you are in Tokyo, Toronto, or Turin, you can expect a smooth and efficient workflow.

    Enhanced accessibility for all users

    Automic Automation V24 goes beyond just enhancing global collaboration; the release demonstrates Broadcom’s commitment to empowering users with improved accessibility features. The new release delivers clearer visuals and advanced keyboard navigation capabilities, catering to individuals of all abilities. These enhancements ensure a more inclusive and user-friendly experience, making technology accessible to a broader audience. This is the first step in a journey for Automic Automation to gain compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. Whether it's for users with visual impairments or those who rely on keyboard navigation, Automic Automation V24 is more accommodating and intuitive.

    Empowering development with the Automic REST API

    The Automic Java API remains a cornerstone of the ecosystem, and with V24, it's getting even better. The enhancements in the Automic REST API are particularly noteworthy. These improvements offer advanced functionality and improved integration options, enabling development teams to harness the full potential of the platform. Whether you’re looking to build custom applications or integrate with existing systems, the Automic REST API ensures that your team has the tools they need to succeed.

    Unified OS agents for a consistent experience

    The Automic product team is unifying the solution’s OS agents under a common Java-based framework, which will provide users with a uniform experience and standardized functionality. In Automic Automation V24, this standardization initiative begins with Linux and Windows OS agents, which are the most widely used agents. These new agents have features like TLS support, Unicode/UTF-8 compatibility, and secure SMTP.

    Conclusion

    With its enhanced functionality and support for global collaboration and inclusivity, Automic Automation V24 represents a significant step forward in automation software. By making technology more accessible, the solution is paving the way for a more connected and inclusive global business environment. The enhancements to the Automic REST API and the unification of OS agents are a testament to Broadcom's commitment to providing a robust and reliable platform that meets the needs of its diverse user base. As businesses continue to navigate the complexities of global operations, Automic Automation V24 stands out as an essential tool, enabling seamless collaboration and boosting efficiency across the board.

    To learn more, join our webcast, What's New in Automic Automation v24.

    Kaj Wierda

    Kaj Wierda is Senior Product Line Manager at Broadcom with responsibility for Automic Automation. He is considered a pioneer and veteran in the automation space, leading teams that created market-leading enterprise automation solutions. Kaj is based out of the Netherlands and commutes between Amsterdam and the...

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