The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on our community. It was rough, and now that the world is returning to normal, here are some things to look forward to at in-person ITSM events such as SITS 2022.
Here Sophie Danby shares a list of what she believes are currently the best ITSM blog sites including vendors, member organizations and consultancies. There’s 40 in total. Read the list here.
What is a “problem”? If your mindset is influenced by ITIL, you might be missing out on the inherent potential of problem management. Here Michael Keeling explains.
What happens when machine learning leads to the crash of your IT systems, shuts down servers and applications, or takes actions you cannot have control over? Machine learning is the foundation of AIOps and automation, but to what extent can we depend on it, and how reliable is it?
Knowledge hoarding is a big challenge organizations face today. To this end, AI-enabled tools have considerable potential to manage data and help organizations to transform people’s experiences and knowledge accumulated over time into collective knowledge for the organization.
The typical patch management process consists of much more than simply implementing the update. Alongside the physical deployment, each organization will have its own change management process. This work can be tedious, thankless, and time-consuming. This article offers help to make patching easier.
Have you not changed your ITSM tool in years because making minor changes is too cumbersome and expensive? Then it might be time to move on. The good news is that most modern ITSM tools provide task automation and easy reporting to save valuable time and resources.
How can you combat the downsides of remote and hybrid work? Nancy Louisnord shares four tips for how an effective service management and knowledge management strategy can help.
If you work in, manage, or are responsible for the performance of an IT support team – whether in-house or outsourced – and are looking to understand better how the increasing profile of, and demands related to, employee experience affects it, then this blog is for you.
Have you ever been told that your business must do something because ITIL/Agile/DevOps, etc. “says so”? If the answer is ‘yes,’ you have been exposed to the zombie experience virus… though most people don’t realize it.