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ServiceNow Knowledge14 CreateNow Hackathon Winners – Linium

At Knowledge14 I recently attended Knowledge14, ServiceNow’s enormous conference held this year in San Francisco, gathering thousands of IT professionals from all over the world. The scale of this conference knocked me for six.  The town I live in only has three times as many inhabitants (give or take) as there were attendees at Knowledge14 and we are spread over a much larger area.  The Moscone... 

ITSM: Going beyond IT – thoughts from Stephen Mann (Video)

This interview was filmed at the Pink Elephant Conference and features Stephen Mann, Senior Manager, Product Marketing at ServiceNow discussing the current hot topics he is seeing in ITSM, such as service catalogue, SIAM, and the consumerization of IT. In Summary In addition, Stephen also talks about: Witnessing an increased use of ITSM tools outside IT The differentiators needed by vendors to disrupt... 

Knowledge14, steal like an artist

In this article, I hope to capture my thoughts and experiences from Knowledge14, the ServiceNow annual conference. See an early preview from the first day here [Live from Knowledge14 – ServiceNow preview Kanban visual tasks boards] Steal like an artist Fred Luddy, CPO and Founder of ServiceNow, quoted Steve Jobs during his keynote: “Good artists copy, great artists steal” ~ Steve Jobs Fred was... 

Live from Knowledge14 – ServiceNow preview Kanban visual task boards

Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, home of Knowledge14 I’m in sunny San Francisco, California for ServiceNow’s annual user conference; Knowledge14. ServiceNow are expecting a mind boggling 6,000 attendees over the next few days – making it arguably the largest worldwide event in the ITSM field. Knowledge14 also includes 300 specialist breakout seminars and lab sessions and includes an expo... 

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... 

Assessment Criteria: Outside IT Product Review

In March of this year, we will be kicking off our product review dedicated to “Outside IT”, which will take a look at the use of ITSM technology outside the IT department. Overview The aim of this review is to showcase best of breed ITSM software in use outside the IT department, highlight key competitive differentiators and provide readers of The ITSM Review with impartial market intelligence... 

Review: ServiceNow 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 With a solid base of ITSM processes and an extensive range of partnerships – ServiceNow covers all the bases as... 

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... 

Day 2 Review: itSMF UK Conference

Following on from my review of Day 1 of the itSMF UK Conference and Exhibition, it’s time to take a look at what happened on Day 2. As the second day started I couldn’t help but look around slightly relieved that I wasn’t feeling as bad as the majority of the other conference goers looked. By all accounts the wine on the table had been completely obliterated and some people (mentioning no... 

What makes for a compelling metrics story?

In my first article “Do your metrics tell a story?” I discussed the “traditional” approach to reporting metrics, and why that approach is ineffective at driving action or decisions. Personal observations are far more effective. Personal observations appearing to conflict with the data presented can actually strengthen opposition to whatever decision or action the data suggests. Presenting... 

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