The BIG changes in ITIL 4 that you definitely need to know about

Janne Kärkkäinen | 16.04.2019
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Blog, ITSM, oneioforiIT, SIAM, ITIL, ITIL4, axelos, Service value chain, SVC

Okay, big news. ITIL 4 has hit the market and there is a huge amount of positivity and buzz around it. And it some areas; it is genuinely new, innovative and different to what we have seen from the ITIL framework in the past. A lot of the language has been changed to better reflect the way modern businesses think and talk. And, although many of the familiar processes (now called practices) remain, the operating system ITIL is now built on has had a total rethink.

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ONEiO Unplugged: Why IT and Finance fall out, with Juha Berghäll

Ilkka Puikkonen | 29.03.2019
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ITSM, Service-Flow Unplugged, oneioforiIT, IT support

ONEiO Unplugged: Why IT and Finance fall out, with Juha Berghäll

 

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12 Pros who made 2018 a great year for ITSM

Toby Moore | 31.12.2018
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Blog, ITSM, SIAM, happysignals, DevOps, forrester, Verism, ITIL4, axelos

12 Pros who made 2018 a great year for ITSM

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Service-Flow and Sofigate have agreed co-operation in the production of integration services

Ilkka Puikkonen | 21.12.2018
ITSM, Press releases, SIAM, Sofigate

Press release 20.12.2018

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Can you really integrate ServiceNow, Salesforce and Jira?

Ilkka Puikkonen | 04.12.2018
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Blog, ITSM, service improvement, service desk, service management, salesforce, servicenow, jira, customerexperience

Yes. Of course you can!

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5 ITSM Trends to lookout for in 2019

Toby Moore | 27.11.2018
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Blog, integration, ITSM, customerexperience, ITIL, integrationhub

I must be getting older, as the years just seem to get shorter! But here I am, once again reflecting on a year of fascinating developments in the marketplace, making my speculations on what is next to come. ITIL 4™ (not sure where the Trademark goes yet!) is a big one on the horizon, which depending on which camp you’re in could change the game, or float on by without notice! But, there are also some big tech and consumer type trends, which I don’t believe we can afford to ignore. So here it is, my top five for...

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3 tools you didn’t know could be integrated in a day.

Ilkka Puikkonen | 22.11.2018
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Blog, ITSM

If you have ever led a software integration project, you’ll know it’s no walk in the park. You will also know that it is not as simple as just pointing one API at another and waiting for ‘the magic’ to happen!

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Service Integration Horror Stories (Part 2) – “Three Questions to ask yourself soon rather than later”

Ilkka Puikkonen | 20.11.2018
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Blog, ITSM, SIAM integrations, SIAM

Earlier in the year we wrote three horror stories about Service Integration projects going wrong… there were (a little) fictional, but all based on things we have seen in real-life during our careers. In case you missed the blog you can read it here.

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Optimising service desks for SIAM

Ilkka Puikkonen | 16.10.2018
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Blog, ebooks, ITSM, SIAM integrations, service desk, SIAM

How SIAM Changes the Role of IT in Your Business?

You may have heard the term ‘service desk brokers’ thrown around a bit in the last few years, particularly at big events or in industry publications. The premise of a service desk broker, rather than a service desk analyst or technician is quite simple. A traditional analyst/techy role is an expert in solving problems around specific platforms or technologies. A broker role is introduced when the number of technologies and third parties used grows and you...

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3 great tips for managing, motivating and empowering IT teams

Juha Berghäll | 24.09.2018
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Blog, ICT, ITSM, HR

Despite being a technology led business, with a killer SaaS solution at the heart of what we do, the art of managing technical people is pretty much what I spend a majority of my time doing, when I’m working with other IT leaders.  Recently I have been using this time to reflect on what has worked well, when I am trying to empower IT teams to deliver great services. Read more about integrated IT service management

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