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  • How Change&Configuration Management are Critical for Software License Management How Change&Configuration Management are Critical for Software License Management Marcel Shaw Recorded: Feb 16 2017 33 mins
    Software audits are on the rise costing organizations around the world millions of dollars. Learn how Change and Configuration Management can help protect your organization from penalties and fines resulting from unlicensed software in the Data Center.
  • 5 Ways to Introduce DevOps to your ITSM World 5 Ways to Introduce DevOps to your ITSM World Doug Tedder Tedder Consulting LLC Recorded: Feb 16 2017 42 mins
    The days of the monolithic, overly-bureaucratic ITSM environment are numbered. The message is clear

    – faster results with better quality is what businesses are demanding from IT.

    But you’ve made significant investments and done some great work with implementing ITSM in your

    environment. And it is working. But perhaps it’s not keeping up with the demand from your business,

    or you’re under some pressure to adopt DevOps. Do you throw away all that investment in ITSM?

    Well – not so fast! The fact is that you’re going to need those ITSM processes that you’ve worked so

    hard on as you begin to look at DevOps. Where do you begin? How do you get started?

    Get some pragmatic advice from Doug Tedder in this informative webinar and learn five ways to begin

    to introduce DevOps to your ITSM world.
  • Is DevOps REALLY the new answer to business technology value? Is DevOps REALLY the new answer to business technology value? James Finister, Global ITSM Strategist at Tata Consultancy and Daniel Breston, DevOps and AgileITSM coach Recorded: Feb 16 2017 47 mins
    Why do you want to introduce a new best practice to make the best use of technology? Yes in many cases IT is the 3rd largest budget line item, but are you getting the results you and your customers value from the investments being made?

    Is DevOps hype or can DevOps truly deliver value?

    Join James Finister, Global ITSM Strategist at Tata Consultancy and Daniel Breston, DevOps and AgileITSM coach, as they seek to answer the question: is DevOps hype or not? Take-away their experience on what is the value of technology and the value of movements like DevOps to you personally and to your organisation.
  • Business Models for IT Business Models for IT Mark Smalley, The IT Paradigmologist, ASL BiSL Foundation Recorded: Feb 15 2017 46 mins
    This presentation takes a look at the IT function as if it were a regular business department, using well-accepted concepts such as business models and operating models. After introducing the concepts of business models and operating models and applying them to the IT domain, familiar IT bodies of knowledge such as Agile, ASL, BABOK, BiSL, BRMBOK, COBIT, DevOps, IT4IT, and ITIL will be mapped to the models, illustrating where they add value.
  • DevOps: Adopt and Adapt the Blend DevOps: Adopt and Adapt the Blend Daniel Breston, DevOps and Leadership Coach Recorded: Feb 15 2017 38 mins
    Ok let’s be honest: DevOps borrowed many practices from other practices. TOC, Lean, ITSM, SIAM, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Organisational Change Management (OCM) to name a few. Surely you cannot learn all of these and then figure out how to introduce DevOps as a new way to provide value to all technology investment and management?

    How can you fast forward to being able to try DevOps ways of collaboration, communication, faster creation, better feedback and continuous improvement? How can you adopt and adapt the blend to your organisation?

    This session discuss what is DevOps as a mix of practices. Then using the technique of Value Stream Mapping, sets the strategic tone to be able to help you discover the WHY, the HOW and the WHAT about DevOps for your organisation. 30-35 minutes of presentation followed by 10-15 minutes of your question by DevOps and leadership coach Daniel Breston.
  • 10 Ways DevOps Is Changing Enterprise IT 10 Ways DevOps Is Changing Enterprise IT Cynthia Harvey, Freelance Technology Writer and Editor Recorded: Feb 14 2017 48 mins
    Recent surveys show that enterprises are adopting DevOps approaches in greater numbers than ever before. This shift is reverberating throughout the technology industry, influencing many other trends, including the popularity of various tools and programming languages, team member salaries, technical debt, security, costs and more. This webinar examines some of the latest research into the impact DevOps is having on enterprise IT and helps IT managers prepare for the sometimes unexpected consequences of embracing DevOps.
  • The Big Data Service Desk: The Saga so Far The Big Data Service Desk: The Saga so Far Thore Senneset, HEMIT Michael Pott, HPE Kevin Leslie, HPE Recorded: Feb 1 2017 59 mins
    HPE Service Manager and Smart Analytics leverage Big Data for the service desk for a better user experience and increased efficiency. It simplifies ticket submission, enables the automatic classification of tickets, as well as fast and proactive problem management.

    Hemit (Helse Midt-Norge IT) has been running HPE Service Manager with Smart Analytics for almost two years and will present experiences from this time frame along with thoughts and ideas for the future.

    Join this session to gain insights into Big Data Service Desk capabilities and values, and to learn about how Big Data can help you with your service desk.
  • Call Center Best Practices Call Center Best Practices Jeff Rumburg, Managing Partner at MetricNet Recorded: Dec 13 2016 64 mins
    An overview of Call Center Best Practices.

    HEAR how the industry's top performing Call Centers Achieve World-Class Status!

    LEARN key strategies for Enhancing your Call Center Performance!

    APPLY Best Practices from your peers in the industry!

    In this webcast, MetricNet will share the Key Success Factors from the industry's top performing Call Centers!
  • Kuratieren Sie Ihren IT Service Katalog Kuratieren Sie Ihren IT Service Katalog Silke Radde (Sr Solution Engineer, BMC) and Jens Kindgen (Sr Software Consultant, BMC) Recorded: Dec 8 2016 37 mins
    Heutzutage bevorzugen geschäftliche Anwender eine konsumerorientierte Erfahrung mit der IT. Diese soll insbesondere schnell , anwenderfreundlich und unkompliziert sein und idealerweise die Arbeit der Business-Nutzer optimal unterstützen. Hier hilft IT Service Management der IT Organisation durch das Bereitstellen eines Servicekatalogs, der es den Business Anwendern auf einfache Art und Weise ermöglicht, einen benötigten IT Service und/oder Lösung zu bestellen. Dabei gibt es aber einige Eckpunkte zu beachten, die der Service Katalog idealerweise unterstützen sollte, zum Beispiel:

    - Bereitstellen einer genehmigten Liste von Apps und Services, aus denen der Benutzer die richtige Lösung für seine spezifischen Anforderungen wählen kann.
    - Transparente Darstellung des Service-Wertes für den Endbenutzer. Sind z.B. keine Kosten mit einen Service Request verknüpft, wird dieser u.U.unnötigerweise beauftragt, was zusätzliche Ausgaben und Arbeit für das IT Team zur Folge hat.
    - Möglichkeit zur Erstellung eines einzigen, zentralen Service Katalogs (für IT und Non-IT Services), der klare Preis und Erfüllungs-Definitionen für jeden Service enthält, sollte ebenfalls Ziel bei der Implementierung sein.
    - Anwenderfreundliches, mobiles Interface für den Endbenutzer.

    Das Webinar stellt die aktuellen Herausforderungen dar, mit denen Unternehmen hier heutzutage konfrontiert sind. Vorgestellt werden auch die 4 notwendigen Schritte hin zu einer Digital Curation im Kontext Service Katalog/Service Request Management. Ergänzt wird das Webinar mit einer kurzen Live Demo eines modernen Service-App-Stores für den digitalen Arbeitsplatz.
  • Use your data to Reduce Service Request Resolution Time Use your data to Reduce Service Request Resolution Time Dean Williams, President Block64 Recorded: Dec 7 2016 41 mins
    Case study examples of using better asset data to improve service, reduce cost & mitigate risk.

    Smash the silo: make your key asset data available across the organization, at all times. In this section, we’ll talk a bit about how organizations often silo their support/ticketing systems off from other systems containing key asset data, and why this would matter and introduce potential waste and headaches for an organization.

    The hidden costs of a long refresh cycle: Here I discuss the relationship between aged assets and the spike this can cause in support traffic. A look at gaps that can be exposed by having things like asset age, supportability, and current maintenance coverage can help with a refresh strategy.

    Proper maintenance coverage: a shortcut to eased support overhead.
    Here I’ll talk through a handful of real-world examples where a lack of asset oversight led to actual outages or over-payment by customers we’ve worked with.

    Pitfalls of popular maintenance platforms: Discussing some of the ways in which gaps that cause support headaches are systemically introduced by popular maintenance programs such as SmartNET.

    Using data to reduce Service Request Resolution Time: Lastly, talk about how to gauge and meter the soft and hard benefits of introducing better data during the support process

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