From it no longer being an acronym to how the update better addresses recent trends, if you want to know more about what COBIT 2019 is and involves, then this article will give you all the important stuff you need to know, as quickly as possible.
In this 2023-focused article, Stephen Mann asks whether the ITSM industry’s love of next-year predictions are as helpful as they could be. And whether, for 2023, we should be more realistic about what we will, or can, achieve.
Are you planning on becoming an IT service desk manager? If so, then this article is just for you. Please read on as Emma Lander covers off much of what’s needed to get you into this role – from the route taken to qualifications that will help.
While the concept of enterprise service management (ESM) has been around for well over a decade, the terminology isn’t necessarily something that people are aware of. So, in this article, Sophie Danby attempts to explain everything you need to know about it.
We’ve been talking about enterprise service management since 2008, value since at least 2011, and employee experience since 2013. Yet we’re still listing them as ‘trends for 2023’. Something needs to change… this article explores.
Providing employees with self-service access to IT services is commonly seen as a key initiative for overstretched IT service desks – with the aim of reducing costs, speeding up resolutions and provisioning, and delivering a better employee experience. But few are getting it right! This article of tips aims to help.
This article has been written to offer you as much insight as possible into ITIL 4 in a short time. From what it is to the key elements that comprise the latest ITIL 4 service management best practice guidance.
Here we delve into the top 10 IT service desk metrics according to industry research, before looking at the 8 common metrics mistakes made on the service desk – plus their impact. Plus we look at what needs to be done to avoid them and how to run them into positive performance management approaches.
Much has changed in ITIL 4 and thus there’s a lot to get one’s head around! This article quickly explains what the ITIL 4 service value system is and what it contains: the guiding principles, governance, service value chain, management practices, and continual improvement.
Here Daniel Breston takes a closer look at the ITIL 4 Service Value Chain and asks you to observe and consider the impact of what it depicts against the way you deliver value with technology-based solutions at your organization today.