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Oct 21

Which ITIL® Processes Should Your Training Focus On?

October 21st, 2014 by

ITIL Processes TrainingITIL® processes compartmentalize the Service Lifecycle into five broad categories, each of which is further divided into individual processes and procedures. Although the five major process classifications, Continual Service Improvement, Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition and Service Operation, are intended to be applied together in a comprehensive fashion, there are finite limitations to corporate education.[...] Read More

Jul 11

ITIL®: Developing Results-Driven, Successful IT Professionals

July 11th, 2014 by

ITIL CertificationThe term “ITIL®” stands for Information Technology Infrastructure Library. It defines a set of prescribed procedures and best practices meant to streamline management processes in the information technology field.[...] Read More

Jul 1

Building an Organizational Standard Around ITIL® Foundation Training

July 1st, 2014 by

ITIL FoundationCorporate training programs have their limitations; in many cases, the need to bring large groups of individuals up to speed works against you because of scheduling problems and other logistics issues. Even worse, most workforce members have dissimilar backgrounds, so it’s difficult to unify their knowledge in a manner that permits them to communicate reliably.[...] Read More

May 5

Customizing Onsite IT Training For Diverse Workforces

May 5th, 2014 by

Technology TrainingOne problem that constantly confronts corporate training managers is the fact that different elements of their workforces require unique training.[...] Read More

Apr 24

The ITIL® Qualification Scheme: A Roadmap To Certification

April 24th, 2014 by

ITIL TrainingLook at IT job openings today, and the majority are for programmers of various sorts. The user experience programmers create is critical to the success of a business, but standing behind them are entire departments dedicated to ensuring those applications are available when needed. They must ensure these apps run efficiently, securely and responsively; and are not disrupted by changes or disasters.[...] Read More

Apr 21

What Is ITSM And How Do Professionals Use It?

April 21st, 2014 by

Information Technology Service Management, or ITSM, is a vital management concept that enables tech-minded individuals to work together and move forward as unified organizations. Although these methods have their roots in abstract ideas about business management, they bear the potential for numerous real-world implementations, and ITSM principles are routinely applied at major firms.[...] Read More

Apr 16

Minimizing Expenditures via ITIL® Continual Service Improvement

April 16th, 2014 by

ITIL Continual Service ImprovementWhat happens after an IT product has been delivered? Most services require additional attention following their deployment. Firms must ensure consumer problem tickets are addressed in a timely fashion and that vital resources, such as servers and licenses, are used effectively in order to maintain service availability.[...] Read More

Apr 14

Defining ITIL® And The Roles It Plays

April 14th, 2014 by

ITIL TrainingITIL® qualifications represent major stepping stones for many professionals who want to broaden their career options. For individuals considering ITIL training, it’s important to first learn about the nature of this framework and decide whether it’s actually right for them.[...] Read More

Apr 10

Mastering Network Security Techniques

April 10th, 2014 by

Network Security TrainingNetwork security isn’t a game. While some IT fields leave room for preference and experimentation, firms know that they have to take a far stricter approach to their security implementations. As a result, established tech companies and startups alike are building more skilled workforces comprised of individuals who have verifiable security training and credentials.[...] Read More

Mar 3

Making IT Training Courses More Successful

March 3rd, 2014 by

Employee IT TrainingTraining courses can be boring, and employees who anticipate having to sit through uninteresting material are less likely to learn it properly.[...] Read More