How Important is Security Awareness Training?

Posted on Friday 10 January 2020.

By Edward Whittingham, Founder & Managing Director, The Defence Works.   I can answer the question in the title in one word: Very. But of course, anyone with any sense should ask – OK, go on prove it then. So, I will try to too. Let me leave this here before I go on to give

How to Successfully Measure Customer Happiness

Posted on Friday 10 January 2020.

By Andrew Hardwick, Director of Global Service Management Office, Arcadis How to Measure ‘Customer Happiness’? When we talk about Customer Happiness, or User Satisfaction, how do we measure and report this? There are several ways that you could capture the satisfaction of your users. Some of the options are: 1. Transactional Survey – send an

What does the recent ITIL update mean for the service desk?

Posted on Monday 15 April 2019.

by Jamie Bell, Service Desk Specialist, SDI Follow Jamie on Twitter: @thepapabell With ITIL being arguably the most widely accepted framework for IT Service Management worldwide, the release of ITIL 4 has many service desk professionals wondering what this means for them. In ITIL 2011 (or ITIL v3) the service desk was recognised as a

A Service Desk Manager’s Tale: The Journey Back To Wellbeing

Posted on Friday 12 April 2019.

Jamie Bell, Service Desk Specialist, SDI It has almost been a year since I made the biggest career change in my life.   I’ve always had a reputation of being a jolly, sociable person, able to establish effective relationships, and generally quite fun to be around. Yet, I didn’t feel like any of those things

“Very Proud”: Durham University Win Donation For Local Foodbank

Posted on Wednesday 10 April 2019.

Service Desk Manager Wins £250 For Local Foodbank In Survey Prize Draw Andy Scott, Service Desk Manager at Durham University, was the lucky winner to be drawn from over 130 entrants who completed SDI’s ‘View From The Frontline’ survey during March 2019.  Andy’s prize offered him the opportunity to nominate a charity of his choice

Value Stream Mapping for the Service Desk – An Overview

Posted on Friday 22 February 2019.

Value Stream Mapping for the Service Desk – An Overview by Scarlett Bayes, Industry Analyst, SDI   Axelos has unveiled its addition of Value Steam Mapping (VSM) to the ITIL update. VSM is actually adopted from Lean methodology, and many people may be unaware of what it is or what it’s purpose it.     So what

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