The increase in home working – and the increase in technology spending to support remote workers – has been necessary. However, this was a different challenge from what came before and the shift involved some new ways of working and less control over processes than IT teams would normally like. But now, what next?
Where is your organization currently with IT self-service? Have you succeeded with benefit delivery? Or do you still need to start, improve, or restart your IT self-service capabilities? Help us know more about the current state of self-service in ITSM by taking our short survey.
This article by Steve Morgan outlines the key factors to consider when developing SIAM contract requirements, specifically concerning the use of a disaggregated service model, involving multiple service providers.
The service management strategy that worked in previous years must be re-thought, re-calibrated, and realigned into the new era. To help, this article walks through four factors to consider when getting ready for the next era in service management: innovation, collaboration, experimentation, and transparency.
Being agile seems to be “the new black” in the IT industry, and customers increasingly expect their service providers to be agile. But what does this mean and how do you achieve it? This article explains.
The global pandemic accelerated digital transformation strategies for many organizations. But where do they go next? To help, this article looks at the future of digitally-enabled organizations by examining the past.
Here Stephen Mann shares the results of our recent survey assessing the current state of AI adoption in ITSM, looking at what ITSM tool vendors offer, who has adopted what, and what people see as the biggest barriers to success.
This handy A to Z of service desk guidance has been created to help anyone looking to get started with a service desk improvement project. Get a sneak peak at the content here then download the full PDF (no data required).
Here Ian Aitchison offers up guidance for any organization that’s looking to successfully use AI-enabled capabilities to improve their IT service delivery and support. Including whether you should use built-in AI features, add-on AI, or DIY AI solutions.
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