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The Top Five Worries for IT Service Managers

What keeps you up at night? This article has been contributed by Teon Rosandic, VP EMEA at xMatters. What keeps you up at night? People love to ask business leaders this question. You can find the worries for IT service managers in the headlines of your favorite news sources every day. IT service managers have to contend with everything from routine service tickets to critical connectivity outages.... 

BYOD concerns? It's time to dust off the ITIL service strategy book!

It’s time to grab the duster to dust off your ITIL service strategy book At this year’s itSMF Australia LEADIT14 Conference I am speaking about what the BYOD revolution means for ITSM evolution. I will be looking at each of the 26 ITIL processes and how they will need to change or adapt in the face of BYOD. Whether we like it or not, BYOD is here to stay Recent research by Gartner states that... 

itSMF Australia Annual Conference (LEADit)

This year’s conference will be hosted in Melbourne It is with incredible excitement that we are able to announce that we will be the Media Partner for the itSMF Australia Annual Conference (LEADit), 13-15 August 2014, at The Pullman Melbourne Albert Park Hotel in Australia. This ITSM event, which is the largest in the southern hempishere, brings together more than 500 IT professionals, with over... 

Enterprise Mobility Management: Concepts in Endpoint Management

Robert Casetta The following article has been contributed by Roberto Casetta, Vice President EMEA, at FrontRange. Empowering a mobile workforce is essential in any modern enterprise to meet business goals and remain competitive.  Mobility increases end user productivity, agility and job satisfaction, resulting in improved business performance.  Although workforce mobility is most often associated... 

Service management for a more mobile world – is anything different?

Don’t get lost in the mobile world Ask any consumer what their favorite new tech gadget is, and odds-on it won’t be a new PC, but a tablet or smartphone. It’s the same in the enterprise: the number of traditional desktop machines being bought is continuing to slide according to Gartner, with a drop of around 8.4% in sales this year compared to 2012. At the same time, tablet sales for 2013... 

The BYOD battle… and the ITSM war

38% of respondents think the IT department should be supporting any personal device, regardless of how much it is used for work purposes. Pat Bolger is chief evangelist at Hornbill Service Management. Bolger writes in this guest post for the ITSM Review to underline the big picture that exists across the BYOD landscape and how this use case model has affected and continues to impact the IT service... 

Majority Of Service Desks Not Supporting BYOD

Dell KACE claim the majority of service desks can't or don't want to support BYOD Dell KACE has released a survey this month which claims that “a majority” of IT support team help service desks are unwilling to support employees who want to bring their own device (BYOD) to work. This UK-based survey suggests that as many as 56 per cent of IT professionals believe their IT service desk is... 

Never Mind BYOD – What about BYOA?

Bring Your Own Device, Build Your Own App? Lots of chatter happening around ‘Bring Your Own Device’ and the ‘Consumerization’ of IT. These issues seem to represent the convergence of a number of growing trends: Consumers being increasingly IT savvy Consumers being used to instant internet gratification and on-demand ‘Apps’ Smart efficient toys Productivity and GTD in a world of infinite... 

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