This topic provides a brief introduction to the BMC Digital Workplace product and the roles. Start by reading the product overview and watching the video. To find out more about features that support your role, click the button next to your role.
BMC Digital Workplace is a self-service application for business users to connect with IT and HR anywhere, anytime, on any device. Users are encouraged to share their experiences and post status updates about the resources that concern them. IT can analyze the conversations around resources to gain insight into service usage trends, in order to plan for the organization's future needs more efficiently. For highlights of the supported capabilities, see Use cases.
BMC Digital Workplace is highly configurable. Features available to users in the client applications depend on which functionality is enabled and how BMC Digital Workplace is configured.
Employees can use any supported mobile device or desktop browser for self service, to enter trouble tickets, and to contact IT.
Depending on your product role, you will use the following components:
|Component||Description||Users who can access the component||URL to the component|
BMC Digital Workplace end user console
Enables end users to submit requests and find self-help resources.
If the Advanced version is installed, users can also reserve meeting rooms, view location maps, schedule help desk appointments, and more.
BMC Digital Workplace Admin console
Enables administrators to enable and configure features (such as the newsfeed and sections in the catalog).
If you are using BMC Service Request Management, you can use your existing service requests and knowledge articles. Or, you can start with the service requests in the starter kit.
If the Advanced version is installed, you can also set up locations, help desk appointments, and more.
BMC Digital Workplace administrator
BMC Digital Workplace Catalog console
Enables service catalog administrators to design services that external systems fulfill. Separate catalog can be unified in a single service catalog.
This console is installed with the Advanced version.
The following video show an older version of BMC Digital Workplace. The previous product name was MyIT. Although there might be minor changes in the UI, the overall functionality remains the same.
The following video (2:58) highlights the next generation, self-service features of BMC Remedy 9 and BMC Digital Workplace:
BMC Digital Workplace includes both administrator and end-user roles.
Administrators enable and configure features in BMC Digital Workplace, such as the newsfeed and sections in the catalog. They access BMC Digital Workplace through the Digital Workplace Admin console.
End users use the BMC Digital Workplace client applications for self-service and to place requests. They access BMC Digital Workplace through client applications.
The BMC Digital Workplace documentation helps both new and experienced users implement and use this product. Based on your role, the following sections of the documentation are recommended:
|New users||Getting started|
|Administrators responsible for deployment|
BMC Digital Workplace administrators
All users should view and set up a watch on the Release notes and notices page for the latest product information and documentation updates.
The FAQs and additional resources page answers questions about the product and directs you to other resources for getting information about this product.
When working in the product, administrators can use context-sensitive Help to find the appropriate documentation topic.
In the BMC Digital Workplace Administration console, Help is available in the menu below your profile name.