One year on from the launch of ITIL 4, we ran an ITSM.tools survey to assess the level of its adoption across exam and qualification uptake, organizational use, and peoples’ expectations of benefits of the new body of ITSM guidance. The results will likely surprise you.
This article looks at the current state of ITSM tools and their capabilities/use cases. Proposing new names for ITSM tools along the way. Before finally making a judgment call on the new name for ITSM tools. What do you think? Does your organization still want an ITSM tool or would a different name be better?
In the 2019 Future of ITSM survey, just over half of respondents felt that working in IT is adversely affecting their personal wellbeing. Coupled with the increasing number of people that we know and love in ITSM opening up about their experiences of wellbeing issues, ITSM.tools felt that the ITSM industry needs to at least find out how big the issue is.
We all know the value of knowledge management in helping IT support, but it’s important not to forget two additional use cases for ITSM knowledge and how it can make a big difference to the level of success for both IT self-service and the introduction of AI-enabled IT support capabilities. Here we explain more.