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Building off of our 2017 analysis, this article introduces a new ITSM.tools survey that we hope will help IT service management pros to better understand where the future of ITSM is heading and what they should be thinking about (and then doing).
Here Ian Aitchison introduces his concept of “Artificially Intelligent Service Management,” described as ITSM, but with a rich and creamy layer of artificial intelligence on top – like icing on a cake. Sound hungry? We mean interested… click-through to read more.
ITSM pros have spent a long, long time working with a remit to “do more with less.” Then, more recently, the much-more-suitable mantra of “better, faster, cheaper” has come into vogue; but this still overlooks the separation of IT activities, and costs, related to two distinct business needs. Read why here.
This is an in-depth review of the ITSM tool Provance IT Service Management v.1810, covering solution functionality, technology, pricing, and strategy.
We need to rethink the service delivery process and shift our mindsets as service providers away from that of closing tickets (submitted by end users) to instead prioritizing the needs of employees first! But how do you successfully do this? Here you’ll find five tips to get you started.
In this article, Sophie Danby looks back at a recent industry conference and uses it as a platform to discuss the changing face of ITSM, the ever-growing importance of customer service, the industry focus on Artificial Intelligence, and why we – in ITSM – need to focus more on the darker side of mental health.
Best practice adoption failure is often blamed on tools and processes, but in reality these failures are actually caused by people issues. It’s not just limited to best practice though, here Paul Wilkinson looks at the top ten people-related barriers to ITSM success.
Bad consultants, new fads, poor “best practice”, incompetent research, bad managers, and toxic consulting… Here Aales Roos looks at whether your attempts to improve your organization’s IT service delivery and support capabilities are failing because of all of the above.
This article summarizes the 12-step journey to Modern Service Management. It provides useful nuggets of information and takeaways you can apply immediately; with the journey map used to help to prevent and/or mitigate failures and to optimize successes.
Here you’ll find our latest survey results related to ITSM pros and their business knowledge and focus – with the responses showing both positive and negative aspects of modern-day IT service delivery and support. Read on for analysis covering the likes of customer centricity and the business impact of IT issues.
Here we highlight some of the unsung ITSM social media heroes; who should be followed for their Twitter sharing, blogging, or both. This is our list of 20 people who should make ITSM “Top Social Influencer” lists but often don’t!