Author Archives: matt

Welcome Quartzy Users!

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Thank you for all of the users who have discovered us recently looking for alternatives to features you were using with Quartzy. While our market started with computer and network equipment labs, we have recently expanded our user base and have been working on several features that many of you need. If you like what   …Continue Reading


Lab Reservations – Huge Year-End Sale

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If you’re thinking of signing up for a paid Lab Reservations subscription soon, do it before the end of the year because we’re running a huge sale with a minimum of 50% off of all paid subscriptions if you sign up by December 31! Also, check your email if you’re a signed-up user. If you   …Continue Reading


Why Lab Reservations?

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Note: We’ve been getting some great (and a little not-so-great) 🙂 feedback from early adopters and we’re always looking for more, so keep it coming! It really is free to signup and create an account and the free tier has no expiration. Literally ZERO risk for you. So what is Lab Reservations, and why do   …Continue Reading


And…We’re Off!

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For people watching our blog, we are launching the Lab Reservations product and opening it up for new signups! To signup (and pick a cool domain for yourself), just go to LabReservations.com and click to create your free domain. Please signup and start using the tool. We know you’ll get lots of value out of   …Continue Reading


A Library For Your Test Systems

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When we have been part of a group of people sharing a pool of test systems, we want to be able to check systems out as easily and intuitively as someone would check out a book from a public library: Show who you are (login) Browse available resources Select what you want Reserve your selections   …Continue Reading


Computer Lab Management

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The term “lab management” means different things to different people, but say those words to certain tech folks who are part of a group sharing servers in a lab or server farm and you almost always get an emotional response. We’re making great progress on the system, but want to make sure we have core   …Continue Reading


Lack Of Lab Visibility

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Every time we talk to someone (SQA, Customer Support, Engineering) who works with shared computer lab equipment, they all share the same frustration that we have: figuring out which equipment is in use and which is available. If something is being used, when will it next be free? We have wasted hundreds of hours reconfiguring   …Continue Reading