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ITIL, Higher Ed, and The Economy

Bill Cunningham, SIG Program Chair, will lead participants from Emory, Clemson, Georgia State, and Fresno State in a panel discussion exploring how today's economic realities have shaped ITIL/Service Management strategies in higher ed, both for better and for worse.
Recorded Oct 21 2009 60 mins
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