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Symantec’s 2015 Internet Security Threat Report identifies the vulnerabilities leaving Australian businesses exposed. Using information gathered through Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network, the annual report provides enterprises, small businesses, and consumers with essential information to secure their systems effectively now and into the future.
Every day your service desk is a challenge. Manual processes, repetitive issues, and human error cause delays in cycle times and leave your users dissatisfied. It’s time to accelerate service delivery with automation.
Automation can significantly impact and alleviate these commonly reported service desk difficulties:
• Issues aren’t resolved promptly due to manual processes in routing, issue resolution, and request management, leading to missed SLAs.
• Recurring requests, like password resets, show up in your queue constantly, preventing your team from responding to more complex issues.
• Customer satisfaction is low with employees forced to delay work while they wait on IT to provide solutions.
If you are interested in implementing ITIL – the IT service management (ITSM) framework – you need to carefully consider the blend of people, processes, and technology that you use to support an ITIL rollout.
Your company could attempt to adopt ITIL without fit-for-purpose ITSM technology, but the result would leave people “working harder, not smarter”— able to employ a number of ITIL best practices but not necessarily doing so efficiently or effectively. In this eBook you will learn:
• How a fit-for-purpose ITSM platform helps with ITIL adoption (and IT operations) • How to justify the investment in a fit-for-purpose ITSM platform • Understanding your requirements to select the best technologies for supporting your ITIL implementation
If you believe in the benefits of ITIL, this eBook will help you connect the dots between people, processes, and technology to ensure your new ITSM initiative brings major improvements to your IT services.
The adoption of ITIL is widespread and tens of thousands of companies are already reaping its benefits. But, as with any process, there are a number of common ITIL adoption mistakes to avoid.
When creating your ITIL vision and planning for integrating ITIL into your organization, you can learn by those who have gone before. This will increase the speed of your ITIL adoption and ensure the success of your efforts.
In this eBook, you will learn: • The top five ITIL vision mistakes • The top five ITIL planning mistakes • The top five ITIL “implementation” mistakes • How leading companies start with ITIL
With a clear understanding of ITIL best practices, you will have a great start in bringing improved IT service delivery and support to your organization.
Today’s employees demand more from the corporate IT department than ever before – expecting an experience closer to the quick and easy digital interactions they enjoy in their personal lives.
To keep up with rising expectations, organizations can adopt an ITIL best practice framework for IT service management (ITSM). This approach improves both your IT service delivery and the user experience for customers and employees.
This eBook will walk you through key issues when considering adoption of ITIL to improve your IT service management efforts.
• Should my company adopt an ITIL best practice framework? • How is a lack of best practices adversely affecting my IT department? • How can ITIL help my efforts to improve IT services in my organization?
ITIL best practices has improved IT service delivery and IT support for tens of thousands of companies worldwide. Learn how it can help your organization become more productive.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is introducing a new cloud managed network infrastructure service, Network on Demand (NoD). NoD enables businesses to enjoy the latest networking technology on a pay-per-use basis.Business partners can uniquely bundle usage-based billed applications with networking infrastructure matching their customers’ use.
It’s no longer a matter of if your organisation is considering a move to the cloud, but when and how it will do so. The numbers don’t lie: according to IDC, the global cloud market is now worth $95.8 billion today and projected to grow another 23 percent in 2015. This white paper is your prescriptive guide to navigating the challenges and best practices for making your move to the Office 365 Cloud.
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