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Feb 6

ITIL® Certification Adds Value to Your Credibility

February 6th, 2014 by

In today’s highly competitive job market, being able to stand out from the crowd can be challenging. Possessing an ITIL® Certification is one way to show potential employers you have the knowledge and skills to succeed. In fact, many companies require that candidates for IT positions possess at least the ITIL Foundation Certificate in order to be considered. The benefits of an ITIL Certification include broader job opportunities, higher levels of responsibility and income, as well as improved work performance.[...] Read More

Feb 4

How CISSP® Certified Staff Save Your Organization Money

February 4th, 2014 by

CISSP Information SecurityIn today’s competitive global business environment firms face many challenges. Most business leaders seek any ethical competitive advantage they can find.[...] Read More

Feb 4

Understanding the ITIL® V3 Qualification Scheme

February 4th, 2014 by

The ITIL® V3 Qualification Scheme offers a tiered, modular approach to understanding the ITIL framework and includes a number of qualifications that are focused on various aspects of the ITIL Best Practice to different degrees of detail and depth. There are 4 levels in the ITIL V3 Qualification Scheme: ITIL Foundation in IT Service Management, the ITIL Intermediate Level, the ITIL Expert Level, and the ITIL Master Qualification.[...] Read More

Feb 3

Role of the CMS/Tools Administrator in ITIL® V3

February 3rd, 2014 by

For any IT organization to succeed, it is important that management understands the role of the CMS/Tools Administrator as highlighted in ITIL® V3. ITIL V3 is a manual full of practices, strategies, roles and techniques which can help IT organizations adapt to changes to ensure that their business operations continue to succeed.[...] Read More

Feb 2

IT Security & ITIL® Best Practice – Safeguarding Businesses Worldwide!

February 2nd, 2014 by

There have been no shortage of IT incidents in the media spotlight of late, and none have received more attention than the catastrophic systems failure at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in June / July this year. This particular event was allegedly triggered by an unsuccessful software update that crippled overnight batch processing, impacting countless payments and preventing hundreds of thousands of customers from accessing their accounts. It cost the beleaguered bank an estimated £125 million in addition to incalculable damage to their reputation.[...] Read More

Feb 2

An Overview of the ITIL® Foundation Training Course

February 2nd, 2014 by

Businesses and governments are always seeking methods that are proven to help deliver better customer-centric services. With the increasing importance of IT in business, companies are struggling to properly align IT service delivery with their business processes. The IT Infrastructure Library® (ITIL®) provides businesses with the framework and best practices that can help them develop top of the line IT Service Management.[...] Read More