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Three Projects for Your Five-Year ITSM Plan

Building ITSM solutions today that can meet the demands of tomorrow When making plans to improve IT service management (ITSM), most IT leaders adopt one of two approaches. They either improve what they have by integrating with other IT systems, or they adopt forward-looking projects that leverage IT trends and advancements such as cloud, mobility, social media and IoT to help drive efficiencies and... 

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... 

Self Service Review [2015] – The Results

This is a review of software products and vendors with their products in the ‘Self Service’ market area. Products reviewed: Alemba Atlassian Cased Dimensions Cherwell Service Management EasyVista Freshservice LANDESK (best in class) SMT-X 1 Overview 1.1 Self Service and the ITSM Market ‘Self Service’ is a current buzzword for vendors and practitioners alike in the ITSM world. For... 

Review: LANDESK Service Desk (Best in Class)

This independent review is part of our Self Service Market Review. Self Service Market Review and Terms Also participating: Alemba Atlassian Cased Dimensions Cherwell Service Management EasyVista Freshservice SMT-X Commercial Summary Vendor LANDESK Product LANDESK Service Desk Version reviewed 7.8 Date of version Release January 2015 Year Founded 1985 Customers 1000 worldwide Pricing... 

Industry News Roundup Incl The Project Management Rap

No time to read all the interesting industry news and info floating around social media and appearing in your inbox? Read our round up of what we’ve found interesting this week. When The Hell Are You Going To Patch? – Rex McMillan writes for LANDESK on why sometimes you just need to patch the hole. Read more here Project Management Rap– Making us laugh, learn and, if we’re honest, cringe a... 

Orange, green, blue, purple – what colour is ITSM?

PINK. The answer is still PINK. PINK14 seem a long time ago now, and I have to confess that I am already secretly (although I guess it’s not a secret when I publish it in an article right?) planning my trip for PINK15. There has already been a stream of blogs from people providing their thoughts on the conference: The IT Superhero – A recap of Pink 2014 – Ian Aitchison Pink14: was it worth... 

2013: A Year in ITSM Review

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! As 2013 begins to draw to a close, I thought it would be nice to finish off the year with a final article that’s an overview of what has happened at the ITSM Review over the last 12 months.  That’s right, this will be our last post for 2013 because the entire team is heading off to fill their faces with mince pies and sherry. But don’t worry we’ll be back... 

Review: LANDesk for Integrations

This independent review is part of our Integrations 2013 Group Test. Integrations 2013 Group Test Overview and terms Also participating – Absolute Software, BDNA, Bomgar, Cherwell, EasyVista, LANDesk, ManageEngine, Matrix42, Nexthink, ServiceNow Executive Summary Elevator Pitch A solid product from a vendor with expertise in both ITSM and systems management, which adds a dimension to what... 

The 2014 ITSM Tools Universe

2014 ITSM Tools Universe: Runners, riders, market share and market focus for the whole ITSM Tools market Please note that we are no longer accepting entries to be part of this report. Today we kick off our 2014 ITSM Tools Universe research in which we will be looking at the multitude of tools out there that claim to help with the management of Information Technology Services; from one function tools... 

SDI Software Showcase: Here Comes the Sun

No more cloud… please! Wednesday 23rd October was SDI’s Service Desk Software Showcase held at ThinkTank Birmingham. A crash on the M5 motorway and some technical difficulties meant that things kicked off a little later than scheduled, but it gave me a good chance to mingle and find out what other attendees were hoping to take away from the day even if that was just a nice Danish (which... 

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