It’s no secret ITSM can help companies and businesses streamline efficiencies, cut down on costs, and improve customer satisfaction. But can it help schools? Yes! This article looks at five ways ITSM, enabled by an ITSM tool, can help educational institutions – from primary schools to universities.
This article shares the results of our 2022 Wellbeing in ITSM survey, comparing results where possible to our 2020 responses. From the impact of hybrid working to whether or not managers are equipped to deal with employee wellbeing issues, the results make for interesting reading.
With just how sophisticated – and often successful – ransomware attackers are becoming, it’s never been more important to get your IT management processes running as efficiently as possible. And that means ITSM and security teams working together. This article explores.
The topic of employee wellbeing in ITSM feels like it’s fallen off the radar? Please help us to help others – including yourself – by spending a couple of minutes completing our anonymous, seven-question (multiple choice) survey, to help us understand the current state of wellbeing in ITSM.
ITSM and ESM tool vendors have developed intelligent solutions that integrate AI into their solutions. These ITSM tools include AI modules or integrate AI to address a variety of business concerns, including worker shortages, as well as improving the end-user experience.
Does your IT organization understand how well it’s meeting productivity-related factors for employees? Read this article to discover four tips for driving productivity improving decisions with employee data.
Here Sarah Lahav, CEO, SysAid has written about using experience data to first understand where your organization currently is, and second to drive the required improvements. Get the help you need related to employee experience and read it now.
The Great Resignation, Great Redundancy, and Great Retirement movements escalated when COVID hit the global economy. COVID forced people to work from home and, once at home, it was a case of “Hey! I can do this or that. In fact, THAT can become a new way of doing what I like to do.” In this article, Daniel Breston looks at how our approach to working has changed forever.