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How the 'Bring Your Own Device' Theme Changed Incident Management

The recent fashion for the BYOD approach forced IT organisations to look at services differently. The scope of each service has changed significantly and so did the processes supporting them.

This session tries to evaluate and summarise some thoughts around this topic. Please join us on the 16th January.
Recorded Jan 16 2013 28 mins
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Aga Wicinska, Governance and Compliance Manager, Logica
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