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Self-service – The value of Social

Stuart Power, Matrix42 We’ve seen the future of IT service support – and it’s social! An increasing number of corporate IT departments are evolving from fire-fighting cost centers, into service-delivering profit centers. Perhaps yours is one of them. But although this evolution is significant, it’s not the end of the story. In most cases, a centralized IT service delivery and workspace... 

Social Meet Up: 9th February

Owing to the success of our ad hoc social gatherings in London in 2013, we’re planning a full schedule for 2014! The first of which will take place on Sunday 9th February at 6pm GMT. Sunday I hear you cry?! You can blame that on our US ITSM friends John Custy and Brian Hollandsworth, as they don’t have any other availability during their visit to the UK and we couldn’t have them... 

Getting started with social IT (Part 2 of 2)

Following on from Matthew Selheimer’s first installment on social IT, we are pleased to bring you the second and final part of his guide to getting started with social IT Level 3 Maturity: Social Embedding The saying, “Context is King!” has never been truer and this is the foundational characteristic for attaining Level 3 social IT maturity; Social Embedding. This level of social IT maturity... 

Getting Started with Social IT (Part 1 of 2)

Today’s post from Matthew Selheimer of ITinvolve is part one of a two-part feature on Social IT maturity, part 2 will follow soon.  "Most of your customers, employees and stakeholders are actively using social media" Today, 98 percent of the online population in the USA uses social media sites, and worldwide nearly 6 out of every 10 people use social networks and forums. From a business... 

Rapportive – Adding Social Context to Email

The Rapportive Panel within Gmail Strictly speaking, this technology is probably best described as ‘Social CRM’ rather than ‘ITSM’ but it’s a great example of pulling social feeds into a web service. In a nutshell – you get a social summary of the person you are emailing. The more information and context I have about my customer, user, reader, business partner – the better service... 

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