Posts tagged for “digital IT”

The Realities of Implementing a Cognitive Service Desk (Part 2)

In part 1 of this blog series, we introduced the growing interest in deploying artificial intelligence into Service Desk operations and the segmentation of service incidents that would be most benefit from automated resolution. In part 2, we address the foundational IT, People and Process elements for successful implementation and adoption AI-enabled response and resolution at the Service Desk.

Posted by: on March 8th, 2017

The Realities of Implementing a Cognitive Service Desk (Part 1)

It is not difficult to see the appeal of introducing Artificial Intelligence into a Service Desk operation, as most organizations will be attracted to the benefits of significantly reducing costs, creating a consistent end-user experience and resolving issues more quickly and effectively. However, as with any hype cycle, there is a lot of future-state selling happening in the market so this 2 part blog series aims to balance the excitement against the reality when it comes to implementing a cognitive Service Desk solution.

Posted by: on February 23rd, 2017

Managing the “intersections” in a multi-sourced environment with SIAM
Disruptive IT Trends

While digitalization has become the synonym of transformation, and a focus of leveraging an eco-system of service providers, IT operations as well as IT vendor & sourcing leaders must reconsider the architectural approach as they are designing and building new services, combining internal/external towers across various teams that provide support.

Posted by: on January 10th, 2017

Digital Service Maturity

As organizations move to digital, they must consider the impact to the other 2 "Ps"; People and Process. Joining us today to discuss these people and process challenges is Renee Casanova, Director of the Service Management Advisory Practice at Unisys.

Posted by: on January 3rd, 2017

Enterprise Service Management meets Digital

Organizations must consider several things when moving to Digital Service Management. Joining us today on Views from the Edge Podcast to talk about this new focus on Digital Service Management and how it is changing the nature of enterprise services is Kathy Shedron, ServiceNow Program Lead with the Service Management Practice at Unisys.

Posted by: on December 20th, 2016

The Consumerization of IT

In the transformation to digital, IT leaders must change their perspective on how they view, plan and execute IT. Joining us today on the Views from the Edge podcast is Ian Clayton, Senior Client Advisor from the Unisys Service Management Advisory Practice.

Posted by: on December 15th, 2016

Service Integration and Management (SIAM) for the Digital Generation

Digital is creating all kinds of new challenges, one of them is managing the complexity of the vendor ecosystem. Joining us today on the Views from the Edge podcast is Phillipe Bovy, EMEA Practice Lead for the Service Integration and Management (SIAM) Practice at Unisys, who will discuss how to manage this complexity and plan accordingly.

Posted by: on December 13th, 2016

Empowering the Digital Generation

To get the most out of your largest single investment, your people, you need to provide them with the necessary digital tools and work environment. Learn more about our digital workspace webcast.

Posted by: on December 8th, 2016

ITIL in a Digital World

With the move to digital and digital service management, does ITIL still have a role. Join Simon Rogers, EMEA Practice Lead for the Service Management practice on this VFTE Podcast.

Posted by: on December 6th, 2016

How eSIAM is Accelerating Digital Transformation

eSIAM is helping organizations get a better handle on their vendor ecosystem and how to create the new digital sourcing model. Join us on this Views from the Edge podcast as Paul Gleeson, Vice President and Global Head of Service Management and SIAM at Unisys, discusses these issues and the changing nature of the new digital service architecture and sourcing strategies.

Posted by: on November 30th, 2016

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