Launching the ITSM Blog!

Roughly a month ago, I set out a plan to create a new IT Service Management blog as a way to interact not only with our community of ITSM experts but with YOU, our customers. People in positions, like the Director of IT Service Management and others have tough decisions to make around topics such as; change and configuration management, lifecycle asset tracking, software compliance, virtualization, migrations, upgrades, ITIL, UCMDB, CMS and more. So we are launching the ITSM blog.  It’s the web companion and direct link into a community of ITSM experts. From YouTube to Facebook, blogging to text messaging, our HP ITSM bloggers will talk about topics like:


Ø  Pragmatic ITSM – tips and tricks for driving successful IT projects


Ø  How to kick off 2010 with an IT service desk consolidation project? Tips and tricks to making this project a huge success


Ø  “Words from the wise”- ITIL expert David Cannon will share his latest knowledge with us


Ø  IT Financial Management Fresh Air:  A roadmap to deploying a successful ITFM initiative


Ø  UCMDB-the “Oreo Cookie” of Service Asset and Configuration Management Systems- A review from our Practitioners Forum


Ø  “Comply or Die”- The impact of Virtualization on Software License Compliance


Ø  When is good, “good enough”- what ITSM bells and whistles are a “must have” verses a “nice to have”-our HP consumer’s guide to ITSM products


 We are lucky to have a large team of engaging and experienced ITSM bloggers, David Cannon, Martyn Birchall, David Flesh, Jody Roberts, Chuck Darst and more. All come from different parts of the ITSM practice that should make for some comprehensive and lively commentary.


  David Cannon


 David Flesh


 Martyn Birchall


 Jody Roberts


 Chuck Darst


 


and more...


 


 


 

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