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This article offers up a variety of ITSM statistics and tips to help you to improve your future ITSM capabilities, collected by Stephen Mann at the recent BMC Exchange event in London.
Here Steve Morgan shares nine critical ingredients for running your IT department in 2020 and beyond – and fear not, because the advice contained herein is just as relevant in 2020, as it was in 2010, and as it will be in 2030; with people being the number one important factor!
DevOps has changed the face of IT meeting the needs of business operations – from product design to the delivery stage. But the elephant in the room remains, in many cases, how to avoid a collision between DevOps and ITSM approaches. This article aims to help.
This article provides a list of free-to-access analyst reports (from the likes of Gartner, Forrester, and EMA) for 2019 that coincides with the publication of the most-coveted ITSM tool report going – the 2019 Gartner ITSM Magic Quadrant.
For ITSM, ITAM, and security teams IT asset data is essential, but it can often be generated in silos. Instead, these teams should collaborate to ensure that they have all the insight into assets that they need. This article explains how this can be achieved, with IT asset data available to meet the needs of all three of ITSM, ITAM, and security teams.
There’s a lot to consider with digital transformation. For instance, how should your organization get started? It’s a little similar to how to eat an elephant – one bite at a time. But which bites do you take first? To help your organization to get started with digital transformation, here we share eight tips.
The fact is that you have to change various aspects of your existing practices in order to deliver the benefits you expect from any new ITSM tool, and that’s not easy. To help, here are five tips that range from using organizational change management tools and techniques to adopting continual improvement.
The ITSM industry still sees a high level of ITSM tool churn. To better understand the main reasons why we ran a poll for anyone that had changed ITSM tool in the last two years. This article shares the results and also compares them against our previous ITSM tool churn polll, which we ran in 2017.
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.