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Searching For ITSM Tools? 3 Reasons Why You Should Look Beyond the Help Desk

Trends like the cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS), social media, mobility and consumerization of IT drive an increasing demand for a user-centric IT. To fulfill this demand while at the same time increasing IT's efficiency, IT organizations need to look beyond the traditional help desk when s
Trends like the cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS), social media, mobility and consumerization of IT drive an increasing demand for a user-centric IT. To fulfill this demand while at the same time increasing IT's efficiency, IT organizations need to look beyond the traditional help desk when searching for ITSM tools. Just throwing more functionality and capabilities on the help desk cannot live up to the new way that users want to deal with IT and related services.

In this session we will discuss how this translates into 3 reasons why IT organizations want to look beyond the traditional help desk in search for ITSM tools: achieve a higher maturity to deliver and support high quality services, become a more efficient IT organization and meet user expectations risen from how users interact with IT services day-to-day via mobile devices and social media.

Finally, we will discuss what characteristics an integrated ITSM solution should come with when looking beyond the help desk.
Recorded Jul 23 2013 33 mins
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Michael Pott, Product Marketing Manager, HP ITSM Solutions; Marco Sangiorgio, ITSM Practice Lead, HP
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