In a previous article we presented the results of our ITIL 4 adoption survey. Here we dive deeper into some of the correlations to help establish the different views on ITIL 4 and its adoption across different role types.
Like self-driving cars, self-healing IT is already here and it’s going to stay whether you like it or not. Please read this article to find out more about what it is, how it works, and why it matters to your organization.
The first day using your service management solution is important. But for your service desk to be as efficient and intuitive as it can be, you’ve got to continually improve your knowledge and use of the tool. The best people to guide you along the way? ITSM consultants. Here’s why.
At its heart, employee experience is subjective. It’s based on employee sentiment – positive and negative – about the organization, the workplace, the workforce, and the work itself. This article explains why it’s so important for IT service desks.
As business returns to normal, or a “new normal,” following the COVID-19 crisis, their experiences with cloud adoption can help your organization to reconsider the benefits of cloud and to better prepare for any future crises. Here this article explains.
So much has changed with the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s important for IT organizations to realize that IT service delivery and support will likely never be the same. With that in mind, here 22 ITSM-ers share their thoughts and opinions on what ITSM will look like in this ‘new normal’.
ITSM practitioners, practices, and tools should be considered important guardrails to add to any cloud adoption project. And there are no excuses for an ungoverned cloud. This article explains the importance of ITSM guardrails for cloud governance and lists several key tools and practices to put those guardrails on the cloud.
Without effective remote communication and collaboration skills and enabling toolsets, our businesses face risks and our employees will experience some or all of stress, frustration, fear, uncertainty, and doubt. Here, Paul Wilkinson explores the issues and the solutions in more detail.
Has your organization considered taking a maturity model approach to the improvement of its ITSM capabilities? To help you to understand the opportunity, this article quickly explains the key aspects of maturity model use as part of a service improvement health check.
Choosing a new ITSM tool is a time-consuming and costly activity, after all selecting the wrong tool will inevitably cause our organization significant issues. To help, this article examines the ten key characteristics of a good tool selection process and highlight some of the pitfalls you’re likely to encounter along the way.
From understanding what governance means to you and your peers, to focusing on COBIT 5’s six enablers, to simply fully appreciating what COBIT is, this article takes a look at how you can get started successfully with COBIT in your organization.
This article provides an overview of why a Service Request Catalog Framework is an important addition to an enterprise’s overall service strategy – and offers up five tips for you to get started in creating one.
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?
Businesses are in the midst of a fundamental sea-change where everything we know about how the world works will change. In this article, Charles Araujo explains the two macro trends that are converging and how this convergence will impact the future of ITSM.