Massive tech shifts are taking place in education, public services and healthcare. Billions of dollars are being spent on smart cities initiatives, learning environments, virtual programs, and healthcare settings. As a consequence, IT leaders are looking for new ways to address the challenges that come with supporting this new technology. From service desks to change management to project oversight, IT teams are taking on more and more responsibilities, often without increased staffing.
One way institutions, agencies, and organizations have been able to keep up is through effective and wide adoption of IT service management processes. This approach alone isn’t enough, however.
Making useful self-help available to end users is an effective approach to providing fast, reliable assistance without overtaxing service desks. The self-help system must be backed by proven knowledge management practices and user-friendly technology.
In this webinar, we'll discuss:
- IT service management process/practice adoption
- Knowledge management
- A “One Platform” approach to simplify work
This webinar will help you form your strategies and set your goals for the increasing importance of—and demands on—IT service and support.
Who Should Attend:
- CIO’s and directors in Education, Public Services and Healthcare who are setting strategy and making decisions about new technologies
- Service desk/support center directors, managers, supervisors, and team leads interested in understanding current trends and solutions
- Project management teams
TeamDynamix – Andrew Graf, Chief Product Strategist
Roy Atkinson, Sr. Writer/Analyst | HDI
This webinar is being hosted on HDI's BrightTalk channel. You will need to have a BrightTalk account to register for the webinar. Fortunately,
registration is free!