Event Listing: IT in the Park 2016

 

Event Listing: IT in the Park 2016

It’s Edinburgh baby! IT500 and Scot-Tech will be hosting Scotland’s biggest ITSM and IT Operations Management conference at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh this October. This conference will follow previous IT500 & Scot-Tech events such as IT in the park 2015 and the IT500 Learning Conference; both of which gained great acclaim from speakers, sponsors and attendees alike. The 2015 conference had over 200 IT professionals gathered in one place to share ideas, hear case studies and learn about new products and services.

Delegates were a good mix from both public and private sectors. Speakers included the CTO of Arnold Clark, CIO of St Andrews University and senior representatives from Standard Life, the Scottish Government and Fife Council. Over 95% of delegates surveyed post event stated that they intend to return with many indicating that they would also be bringing additional colleagues. The event facilitated great networking opportunities with high levels of engagement and a real buzz. New faces, sparkly new products, case studies and workshops – what’s not to love?

 


Event Highlights

On October 25th 2016 the crack team of IT500 & Scot-Tech will take IT in the Park a step further, adding industry hot topics such as SIAM, DevOps and ITAM to complement their existing core messages around best practice and value driven IT services.  The agenda promises to be exciting and action packed; here is a list of some of the presenters and experts who will be speaking on the day:


Event Break Down

 

WHAT: IT in the Park

WHERE: Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

WHEN: October 25th 2016

WHO: IT500 & Scot-Tech

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Data Driven Automation ITSM & Skynet; LOGICnow Global Survey Results

A sparkly new global survey from LOGICnow shows that data-driven automation is imminent among IT service providers.

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Introduction:

LOGICnow have recently released the results of a survey into data driven automation in the ITSM community. The results overwhelmingly suggest that data driven automation is becoming an important trend in the ITSM world with over 44% of IT Service Providers & MSPs calling themselves “data driven” and of the 54% of IT service providers that collect and store data on customers’ IT performance, 81% were able to use the data to proactively improve service delivery.

 

So What Is Data Driven Automation & Why Do We Need It?

Data driven automation is:

  • The ability to automatically transform raw data into insights that can be implemented immediately

 

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  • Enabling data to automatically trigger corrective actions using analytics beyond simple event/ threshold triggers

 

So far so Skynet right? The reality is that data driven analytics is becoming more and more prevalent in ITSM as we move from the traditional reactive model to a more proactive stance to improve customer experience. The concept of simply waiting for our customers to ring the Service Desk to report Incidents is becoming less and less useful as we have more sophisticated event monitoring in place to capture alarms, alerts and notifications before they spiral into Incidents that adversely impact our people. It’s not just the Service Desk that are getting more proactive; Problem Management is a key area for getting ahead of the game, from trending to simply going out and asking our support teams and delivery managers what keeps them up at night; proactive activities give you a solid list of potential issues. Extend that out to other processes such as Change Management, Knowledge Management and CSI and you have potentially game changing improvement options.

LOGICnow Research Findings In Their Own Words:

LOGICnow, now a part of the SolarWinds family and still a global market leader in integrated cloud-based IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions, today announced the results of a global research study entitled “The value of data-driven automation to the ITSM community.” The results are based on a survey of over 350 ITSM companies across the US, UK, Europe and Asia Pacific. Results show that the ITSM community is on the cusp of a massive shift towards data-driven automation. This is fueled by the widespread recognition of its importance and commercial potential—and the fear of losing ground to early adopters who are already enjoying measurable commercial benefits.

According to the research, 44 percent of IT service providers and MSPs are already “data-driven” i.e. able to collect, store and act upon performance data drawn from their customers’ IT estates. However, automated processes to produce proactive recommendations and reactions based on this data are currently a step too far for all but eight percent.

The findings also highlight the quantified benefits that those few companies that are using automation are enjoying, including 38 percent seeing client servicing capacity at least double; 72 percent now able to service more complex IT estates; and 21 percent able to identify 100 percent or more ROI from automation.

Key findings from the new LOGICnow research include:

  • 54 percent of IT service providers collect and store data on customers’ IT performance, 81 percent of whom are able to use the data to proactively improve service delivery. Yet only eight percent have put in place automated processes for transforming data into actionable recommendations.
  • 21 percent of these early adopters have enjoyed 100 percent ROI or more; within two years, those experiencing 100 percent or more ROI is expected to rise to 47 percent.
  • Of those who have not yet deployed data-driven automation strategies (the 92 percent majority): Almost 75 percent believe that doing so will enable them to deliver a range of new services, while 49 percent believe that it is a route to offer more sophisticated services and win more business. 85 percent believe it will give them a competitive advantage, and 52 percent actively fear they will lose out to more advanced competition if they do not adopt automation. Six percent believe either late or no adoption will lead to them going out of business within two years.

“The need to collect and query customers’ IT performance data delivers a proven competitive advantage, regardless of the MSP’s size. Armed with this data, IT service providers have the power to investigate trends, pre-empt threats and deliver more thorough and proactive services,” said Alistair Forbes, Managing Director, SolarWinds MSP (former General Manager, LOGICnow). “However, the most powerful benefits of data use stem from automating the actions and recommendations, empowering engineers to escape routine tasks and focus on value-adding services. Every day that service providers spend not doing this enables their competition to surge further ahead. The industry is predicting a major shift: that data-driven automation will be the norm in less than two years. Considering the progress made so far and the benefits already seen, it is hard to disagree.”

The full report, “The value of data-driven automation to the ITSM community,” is available to download here.

About LOGICnow

LOGICnow ® delivers the only 100% SaaS, fully cloud-based IT service management (ITSM) platform, backed by collective intelligence and the highest levels of layered security. LOGICnow’s MAX products including Risk Intelligence, Remote Management, Backup & Disaster Recovery, Mail and Service Desk – comprise the market’s most widely-trusted integrated solution. Deployed on over two million endpoints across 240,000 networks, the platform has the industry vision to define and deliver the future of the market. LOGICnow provides the most comprehensive IT security available as well as LOGICcards, the first ever IT notification feature powered by prescriptive analytics and machine learning. LOGICnow’s passion is helping IT professionals secure and manage their systems and data through actionable insights, rewriting the rules of IT. For more information, visit www.logicnow.com.

 

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ITSM Tools, Service Delivery & Being Awesome; EasyVista Are Leading The Way In Digitisation

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Being just “good enough” isn’t good enough any more. We live in an age of innovation and CSI; where we need to be continually adapting to changing business priorities and finding ways to be leaner and more agile in our delivery. But let’s face it, how does that work in the real world? A real world where budgets are limited, resources are stretched and our people feel overworked and undervalued.

Enter EasyVista with their ITSM tool. With over 20 years of industry experience, as well as being Pink Verified for 11 processes; here’s what they have to say on digitisation.

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The IT service desk has become ground zero for the Digital Workplace that is currently transforming the work environment and fundamentally changing the relationship between employers and employees. It’s no longer just a place to get IT support. The IT service desk is evolving to become an employee concierge of sorts, offering fast, easy access to all kinds of employee services—things like HR benefits, payroll information, facilities services and hard and soft asset tracking.

We believe that with its digital-first approach EasyVista is at the forefront of enabling enterprise companies to launch their digital workplaces. Serving 1,000+ enterprise companies around the world, EasyVista has many real-world examples of this major trend in the IT service management industry.

If you speak to any of the companies investing in EasyVista IT service management platform — whether they are in retail, insurance, higher education, healthcare, government, etc. — it’s clear how integral their charters have become to corporate strategic initiatives. In fact, Gartner * wrote recently that digital workplace leaders should understand the needs of employees to help focus digital workplace priorities, include non-IT business units in digital workplace planning and execution, and make the service desk one of the focal points of the digital workplace.”

Kevin Coppins, EasyVista General Manager of North America couldn’t agree more. He will tell you that the future success in service management depends on a philosophical commitment to the employee service experience, including:

  • Stronger focus on mobility to enable productivity from anywhere
  • More emphasis on a ‘service apps’ mentality mirroring what we’re accustomed to in our lives outside of work
  • Deeper integration with a wide range of enterprise systems
    • Services that can be quickly created and tailored for any number of employee needs.
    • Services that are device agnostic and available to workers across a variety of platforms or operating systems.

Kevin says companies that leverage the service desk to advance their digital workplace strategy are seeing improvements in several ways:

  • Better support for emerging work styles
  • Increased employee productivity and overall agility
  • Higher employee morale and motivation

How are companies embracing the digital workplace? They:

  • are turning the service desk into a hub for the digital workplace
  • are including non-IT business units in digital workplace planning and execution
  • can better understand the service needs of their employees
  • are embracing shadow IT trends
  • are using a bimodal approach to IT investments to support changing work and business models
  • can allow time for IT to deliver quick value to the organization
  • are changing laggard perceptions to an attitude of innovation

 

The EasyVista vision is easy to deliver, easy to use and with over 6 million SaaS end users and a customer renewal rate of over 98% they must be doing something right!

EasyVista are certainly gaining ground in a packed ITSM market place. They’ve been crowned a high performer by G2 Crowd and have been selected for Gartner Peer Insights. One of the things that differentiates EasyVista is that it is purpose built as a mobile-first experience. Instead of a more traditional experience where it can take months to roll out an enterprise level ITSM tool, EasyVista uses service apps to get customers up and running quickly.

The EasyVista ethos is to use their proven power (hello 20+ years of innovation!) to deliver awesome services without having to spend millions on delivery or supporting tools. EasyVista are seeing a shift from Chief Information Officers to Chief Service Providers and with the industry shift to enterprise Service Management, using ITSM outside of IT to drive other functions like HR, Finance and Facilities, it’s not hard to see why.

The EasyVista tool is run on service based apps and features codeless functionality meaning that you can customise it to fit your business without needing to write a single line of code. The portals are role based and EasyVista aim to have their customers achieve value realisation within 60 days of deployment.

The ITSM industry is certainly taking notice. Gartner placed EasyVista third behind ServiceNow and BMC in terms of digital workplace leadership; given the scale of both the BMC and ServiceNow offerings, EasyVista offers customers a real alternative. An alternative that’s agile, service based and a tool that used digital transformation as an enablement strategy rather than a reactive, defensive strategy.

Awesome services, proven power and over 1,000 happy customers? Deal us in!!

 

* Gartner, Recipe for Digital Workplace Execution: Transform the Employee Experience, March 2016.

 

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Newsflash: Using the new Facebook feature – '911 bot' might just save your life

Hi, I’m Vawns Murphy and I’m addicted to social media. I’m forever checking my phone, updating both my personal and my work Twitter feed and I do the annoying mammy thing of posting endless pictures of my kids. Sometimes it’s the three of them looking angelic in their school uniforms but more often than not, it’s to apologise to everyone who lives near me and reassure them that no, the cat isn’t being murdered and no, there isn’t some sort of human sacrifice taking place -it’s just the 3 of them playing. I also spend quite a lot of my time geeking out at how apps and gamification can super charge all things ITSM so I think it’s fairly safe to say, I have a bit of a social media habit. It turns out that might not be such a bad thing from reading this article from Techcrunch.

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A new Facebook feature called the 911 bot was developed at the Disrupt Hackathon in New York. The chat bot is designed to help users in the event of an emergency situation by allowing you to quickly report an incident to the emergency services. When bad things happen, all too often we tend to panic or freeze, this app is designed to keep you calm, whilst notifying the emergency services and giving you clear, concise instructions on what to do until they arrive.

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The messenger chat bot allows you to report an emergency in a few clicks and can pull your location enabling it to automatically notify the nearest emergency services. You can also add pictures from your camera and have the app put you on the line with a 999 / 911 operator. What really impressed me about the bot was that depending on the emergency it can give you directions on what to do next for example administering CPR. We all know that everyone should know how to do CPR but let’s face it in a life or death situation, it’s all too easy for your mind to go blank wasting valuable seconds. Having Facebook to prompt you and guide you through the process stops the delay and means that the person having the heart attack gets help in the fastest time possible. According to the Irish Heart Foundation (check out their fab video on how to do CPR here), rapid initiation of CPR can double a person’s chances of survival in the event of a cardiac arrest so those few seconds or minutes saved could literally be the difference between life and death.

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So using my Facebook habit for the forces of good? Deal me in!! For more information on the 911 bot check out their website here.

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Service Desk Rockstars – Retail Assist wins SDI Best Managed Service Desk Award

Nottingham based company Retail Assist, has won the globally recognised ‘Best Managed Service Desk’ Award at the Service Desk Institute’s (SDI) Annual IT Service and Support Awards. If you’ve not heard of Retail Assist before, they provide managed services for the retail sector and some of the brands they support are Pizza Hut, Vue Cinemas, Cath Kidston, Karen Millen, White Stuff and Oasis.

The Service Desk Institute Awards

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The SDI annual Awards identify the excellence of outstanding service desk teams and individuals, and celebrates their success.

After reaching the Final 3 last year, Retail Assist was keen to re-enter with a host of fresh innovations to its service desk provision. ‘Best Managed Service Desk’ was a tough category – in the Final 3 were SCC based in Romania, and  Maersk Group headquartered in Denmark. However, Retail Assist impressed the judges with the level of investment demonstrated in their Help Desk, and focus on the customer; providing a proactive, quality service to enable them to reach their goals.

Dan Smith, CEO of Retail Assist, commented on the achievement:

“We are extremely proud to have won the award, and to claim the title as the World’s ‘Best Managed Service Desk’.  We have progressed significantly over the last 17 years to support many of the leading retail and hospitality brands, but this really gives the team the recognition they deserve for all their hard work and dedication to providing the best possible service to over 8000 global locations around the clock.”

The Retail Assist Help Desk team enjoyed an impressive gala dinner event, receiving the award along with winners in each of the awards categories, at a prestigious awards ceremony at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole last night. The £1000 prize for winning the award will be donated to Emmanuel House, Retail Assist’s chosen charity for the financial year.

Worthy Winners

The SDI IT Service Awards 2016
The SDI IT Service Awards 2016

 


 

I caught up with Dan this week to find out more about Retail Assist and how much the win meant to his team.  The Retail Assist Service Desk provides IT support services to 8,000 locations across the globe 24 x 7 x 365 in 8 different languages – that’s a lot of tech support! The Service Desk is made up of 50 – 55 analysts with over 3,000 procedures to ensure that all the essentials are covered and that the team always have something to refer to.

From speaking to Dan it was clear that a fantastic customer experience was the objective of every single person in the team. As Dan explained it; the Service Desk had two main objectives:

  1. Fix the issue quickly and effectively (no nightmare automated menu systems for RA customers; it takes just 40 seconds from calling their number to connect with a Service Desk analyst)
  2. Look after the customer so that even if the Incident can’t be resolved at first line; the customer has a workaround, information or an escalation to second line support and is in a much happier position.

So often in the Service Desk world we get so hung up on measurements, metrics and statistics that we forget about what’s important – the customer – so it’s brilliant to see Retail Assist putting the customer at the heart of everything they do. The attention to detail is fantastic, RA will work with their customers to provide proactive support as well as world class Incident Management.

One of the examples Dan shared with me was that when the latest Star Wars film came out (seriously – how awesome was The Force Awakens? All three of my children sat through it, completely entranced from beginning to end – even my 3 year old which is nothing short of a miracle I can tell you) not only did the RA desk ensure that extra team members were on shift, they also made provided extra wrap around support for early in the morning and late at night, as well as working with Vue to ensure all tills were tested and fully operational prior to the premier date.

Another example Dan talked about was for a retail customer in central London. A fire at a local BT exchange effectively took out their card systems during the weekend. The RA analysts were able to remotely dial in and set a £50 floor limit to enable the customer to be able to take debit and credit card payments of up to £50 so they could continue to trade. As someone who worked in retail all the way through college (Hi Tesco & Easons!) being unable to take card payments at the weekend is the stuff of nightmares so all power to the Retail Assist guys for being able to come up with a workaround.

One of the things that really impressed me about the Retail Assist Service Desk was its commitment to it’s people. There are two permanent trainers on the team, there is an Application Academy for further reading and all team leaders go on the ITIL foundation training. The Service Desk supports career progression, some examples of next roles include second line support, project management and analyst programmers. The procedures and work instructions are there to support rather than limit the analysts who are encouraged to use their judgement and skill to look after each caller.

A big well done to the Retail Assist team for their win and fair play for donating their winnings to charity – you rock!

To find out more about Retail Assist you can check out their website here. For more about the Service Desk Institute you can get to their website by clicking this link.

Has the Retail Assist win inspired you to enter your Service Desk into next year’s SDI awards? Let us know in the comments!

 

ITIL® Practitioner Guidance publication and PDF formats – now available!

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The sparkly ITIL® Practitioner Guidance publication and PDF formats are now available! If you’re planning on sitting the new ITIL® Practitioner course and exam; you can now get some pre reading in.

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You can check out the official press release from ITIL towers below or you can order the books directly by following this link.

PRESS RELEASE – ITIL Practitioner Guidance FINAL (1)

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itSMF Czech Republic 2016 Conference

It’s the Czech Republic baby! The itSMF Czech Republic will be holding their annual conference next month – the first big ITSM event for 2016 – how exciting is that? Here’s what we know so far:

About the conference

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The aim of this year’s conference is to help senior management in both private companies and public organisations optimise performance using best practice, standards, methods and techniques within IT.

IT can be either simple or complicated, but which way is best? This issue and much more will be addressed at the itSMF Czech Republic conference. Together we will be discussing whether simplicity means a higher quality of service for less money or if the reverse is true.  Are there other routes that will lead us to the holy grail of  optimal quality and optimal cost?  At this year’s conference we will look at practical examples of where simplicity worked and the other side of the story where the quality needed required more sophisticated solutions.

This year’s conference is a joint event for the itSMF Czech Republic and the Czech Association of IT Managers The conference will be over two days and has four work streams:

  • Simple or Complex IT? (Where is the optimum in terms of usability, processes and information security?)
  • Software as a Service in the commercial sector
  • Enterprise Architecture (pros and cons of using this approach in Governance and Public Sector)
  • Software as a Service in the public sector

 

Event Details:

Date: 21st and 22nd January 2016

Name:  A Simple or Complex IT?

Organiser: itSMF Czech Republic in cooperation with the Czech Association of IT Managers

Venue: the Top Hotel Prague 

Are you planning on going to the conference in Prague next month? Let us know in the comments.

 

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Injecting some ITSM goodness into the itSMF UK

After an action packed few days at the itSMF UK conference last week, I was lucky enough to catch up with itSMF UK CEO Barclay Rae for a quick chat about life the universe and everything, or in our case, IT, SDI, AXELOS and the sparkly new ITIL practitioner qualification.

Barclay Rae, The Service Desk Inspector
Barclay Rae, The Service Desk Inspector

The Conference has been a big focus over recent weeks and has been generally seen as a huge success.For those of you that didn’t manage to go, some of the highlights were SIAM, winning elephants and cute penguin videos so it was all kinds of awesome! Barclay’s focus is now on taking that energy forward. So what has Barclay been up to over the last few months? Well firstly, his role is part time which means that as well as itSMF, he’s also had the day job and some exciting work with the Service Desk Institute to get on with.

The Service Desk Institute

Barclay is part of the author team for the SDI standards and was heavily involved in updating both Service Desk training and Service Desk Certification (SDC) standards. For those of you not familiar with the SDI, it’s a professional body for anyone working in the IT service and support industry. It sets the standards for the analyst and manager exams and runs a Service Desk certification program.During our chat Barclay talked about how the Service Desk in St Andrews University went from no stars to four stars with the support of the SDI. It’s a really inspiring journey and you can read more about it here.

ITIL Practitioner

Barclay was also an architect on the new ITIL Practitioner qualification. His take on it? “given the constraints we had, it’s pretty damn good”. The idea behind the practitioner course is that it provides real life guidance, which can be bundled with the ITIL foundation course so that delegates get 5 days of ITIL fun. As an ex trainer, I think combining the two courses will work brilliantly as delegates will be able to spend a decent amount of time learning and getting a really solid grounding in ITSM. It will also ease the transition from foundation to intermediate qualifications, again with my training hat on for a second, the first day of any intermediate course was always a shock to the system for attendees as there’s such a big jump from foundation level to intermediate level. Anything that eases that pressure has got to be a good thing.

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So what is Barclay’s mission for his 6 months as head of the itSMF UK? To boost performance and reinvigorate the business side of things so that it can provide more value to members. Barclay wants to make more services available so that being a member gives tangible benefits to both individuals and companies. Barclay wants to build positive, constructive partnerships with other key players in the industry as well as complementary relationships with other organisations such as the BCS, and also vendor organisations.

Key to driving more value for members is the new leadership council. The leadership council is made up of senior, C level people who are experienced practitioners in ITSM. Having the right people with the right skills in place will enable the itSMF UK to provide more accurate industry analysis, better and more detailed briefings as well as driving new products and services for ITSMF, e.g. for career frameworks and benchmarking tools.

In summary, Barclay’s aim is to make a positive contribution to the itSMF UK, so that it’s seen as a vibrant industry contributor. An announcement on the dates for the 2016 conference will be announced soon for those of you that can’t wait a whole year there’s a tooling event in early February. 2016 promises to be an exciting year for the itSMF UK, more events, better value for members and exciting new partnerships so let’s get this party started!

 

Getting my geek on; the new ITIL Practitioner qualification

So here’s the thing. One of the main bugbears I have with ITIL V3 is how focused the courses are on passing exams rather than what works in real life.

I was lucky enough to sit down with some of the chaps from AXELOS towers during ITSM15, COO Chris Barrett and  head of ITSM Kaimar Karu, so here’s what we know about the brand new ITIL practitioner qualification which aims to change just that:

  1. It’s complimentary to the rest of the ITIL qualification scheme.
  2. As with the intermediary courses, you must have passed your ITIL foundation exam before you can sit the practitioner exam.
  3. It’s worth 3 points towards the ITIL Expert qualification but doesn’t replace any of the intermediate courses.
  4. ITIL Practitioner is also worth 15 points towards the AXELOS’ Professional Development Programme ITIL digital badge.
  5. The exam is open book and has scenario based multiple choice questions.
  6. The practitioner course will be available in Feb 2016 so not long to wait.

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What will the course look like?

The ITIL Practitioner course will cover:

  • Continual Service Improvement (CSI) approach as the way to structure any improvement initiatives.
  • Organizational Change Management
  • Communication
  • Measurement and Metrics.

The ITIL Practitioner guidance follows 9 Guiding Principles:

  • Focus on value
  • Design for experience
  • Start where you are
  • Work holistically
  • Progress iteratively
  • Observe directly
  • Be transparent
  • Collaborate
  • Keep it simple

So is it worth doing?

For my money, anything that gives candidates a way of being able to apply ITIL in real life has got to be a good thing. When I worked as a consultant & trainer at Pink Elephant (hi guys!) one of the things that we all agreed on was that the intermediary qualifications simply didn’t give the candidates enough in terms of real life skills and as trainers we all sent the delegates home with extra templates, check lists and process documentation.

I hope that this will be the first of many practical exams like we had in V2 so we have Incident & Problem Management, CCRM etc so that candidates get a more rounded experience. As a total fangirl of all things ITSM and an alleged ITIL Expert (god I hate that name) I’m really looking forward to seeing what the new course is like and hopefully getting to have a play so roll on Feb 2016!

 

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itSMF UK Conference 2015 Preview

Roll up, roll up! It’s one of the biggest events in the UK ITSM calendar next week as it’s the annual itSMF UK conference! We are proud to be media partners so here is a preview of coming attractions!

 

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There are 4 tracks for the conference:

Track 1: Change & Collaboration

Track 2: Cloud & Service Integration

Track 3: People & Skills

Track 4: Service Culture & Customer Experience

 

Introducing this year’s keynote speaker: Simon Wheatcroft

The event will be opened by Simon Wheatcroft, who will start this year’s programme with his inspirational story. Simon lost his sight at 17 and began a journey of adapting technology to achieve the impossible. Through the aid of a smartphone and the feeling underfoot Simon learnt to run solo outdoors and ran his first ever race 7 months later – a 100 mile road race.

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Simon Wheatcroft


Event Summary

WHATitSMF UK Conference and Exhibition 2015 (ITSM15)

WHERESofitel, Heathrow

WHENMonday 23rd – Tuesday 24th November 2015

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