ITSM

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Change Templates: Your Roadmap for Necessary IT Changes

For some, change is something to look forward to. For others, it may be scary and anxiety-inducing. If the latter describes your organization, it may be time to rethink your change management practice. Changes are necessary in ITSM. Whether standard or an emergency, if IT changes are not successful, the business could suffer in the long run. Performing changes allows IT pros and business leaders to be proactive when risks arise to minimize disruption and keep employees engaged in the work that counts.

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Go Beyond Audit: Network Monitoring for BFSI Companies

July 1, 2020 With pandemic’s sudden hitting, most offices and companies had to quickly move their operations and have an apt Work-from-Home policy defined, the technology gap in both the front end and the companies’ back-end operations came in scathing review , While BFSI institutions also had a WFH policy, there services were deemed to be necessary.

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How an Oil & Gas conglomerate automated their IT service delivery

Our client is one of the biggest oil and gas conglomerates in India, contributing to around 75% of Indian domestic production. They have been in business for over 60 years, currently employing around 30,000 people. With decades of growth, they have entered into different ancillary companies and expanded globally. The expansion has led to several offices, branches, desks, and teams spread across geographies.

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Simplify your IT service delivery with Motadata ServiceOps

Traditionally, IT service management was limited to legacy platforms and infrastructure. Due to a lack of process, interacting with IT teams was frustrating and difficult, resulting in the workforce becoming less engaged, and the gap between the IT team and business growing even further. Since IT service management was already a complicated task for most IT teams, COVID-19 only exacerbated the repercussions.

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Panel: The Future of IT Service Management

IT service management (ITSM) has evolved into a much broader discipline than just delivering IT services to the business. It’s grown beyond the IT department and become an integral part of how every employee in almost every business unit performs and completes tasks. In a recent webcast, SolarWinds Sr. Solutions Engineer Liz Beavers, ITSM experts Valence Howden and Julie Mohr, and HDI’s Group Principal Analyst Roy Atkinson paint a picture of what can be expected for the future of ITSM.

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Cut down the time to improve with ITSM Continual Improvement Management

We measure a lot of our ITSM success through increments of time. But mean time to resolution, time on page in the knowledgebase, and cases-per-hour aren’t just go-to metrics. They set the cultural expectations for our service teams – that improving service times, without sacrificing quality, is paramount.

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Your ITSM should have purpose-built workspaces

Look around your desk, and you probably see a variety of tools that make you more productive — an ergonomic chair, a mug of coffee or tea, a notepad, or a charger. As individuals, we put great thought into making our personal space productive, a habit that many organizations have yet to fully replicate in their digital workspaces.

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5 things you should look for in your ITSM chatbot

Chatbots are rising in popularity, both in consumer and enterprises circles, because they are quick, sometimes clever, and ultimately help workers and customers get answers to common questions without bogging down your service team. As part of our ITSM Professional package, ServiceNow’s Virtual Agent far exceeds some of the chatbots you may have used in your personal life for one simple reason – access to information.

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Augmenting the supply chain during COVID-19

The impacts of COVID-19 have been felt globally and across every industry. Supply chain businesses have faced a challenging few months and we’re not out of the woods yet. Warehouse and supply chain organisations in the UK have been contending with a 129% boom in online shopping, as non-essential shops have been closed and many consumers continue to favour online grocery shopping instead of braving the supermarket queues.