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Mobile: the new frontier for self-service

Artificial Intelligence on the service desk [Holly from RedDwarf]Google searches performed on a mobile device outstripped desktop searches (in certain territories), according to figures released last week. That’s an important milestone in the meteoric use of mobile. Of course, the searches refer to global use of Google, including consumers searching for the nearest pizza joint, and are not necessarily... 

What I learned about IT and DevOps from Gene Kim

Gene Kim presents at itSMF Norway Following on from my trip to itSMF Norway last week, I wanted to share with ITSM Review readers my thoughts on Gene Kim’s presentation “The Phoenix Project: Lessons Learned in Helping Our Businesses Win”, along with some of the key pieces of advice that he presented. Gene kicked off the first full day of the conference with his keynote presentation about... 

Customer Experience the Apple Way

You’ve probably noticed that Customer Service has become an old fashioned term.  Nowadays it’s all about the “Customer Experience” led in no small part by Apple and it’s crew of blue shirted genii poised to help with all of your purchasing and technical needs. According to Carmine Gallo, author of The Apple Experience, there are ‘5 Steps of Service’ that every Apple Store staff member... 

Do you clog your social media channels with useless crap?

True value or ego massage? ’64 % of the people sharing information from others to others did it to get attention, show friendship, show they have inside information, show humour…’ Do you care what you share or clog your social media channels with useless crap? In this article Tobias Nyberg explores why people share at all. Sharing and caring Is there a way to tell if what I’m sharing... 

I'm not saying my opinion is better than yours, but I do have a klout score over 60

Learning to play nicely This article has been contributed by Chris Dancy of ServiceNow. Introduction There are 30 million reasons to care about your Klout, but for now, don’t.  In the future (36-48 months) something like a klout score could determine your position. If your name is not on this list please connect with Martin. The names are an arbitrary list of names of people using twitter who speak... 

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