IT Service Management (ITSM) is an intrinsic element of many IT organizations, but a traditional implementation may no longer be sufficient to meet current expectations. Almost all organizations are eager to lower costs while increasing their capacity for innovation – and those that are not yet doing so may benefit from rethinking their strategy. Ideally, everyone would prefer to move beyond just keeping the lights on, instead focusing on supporting the business and promoting innovation. If a company has invested in ITSM and is not seeing the expected results, it’s time to look at what’s missing.
If a critical review of the ITSM implementation reveals room for improvement, the next step is to define an optimization strategy. There are three basic options available to drive ITSM improvement across the organization and one of the options, Lean IT, will be addressed in more details here.
Lean IT is essentially about improving the value of the IT organization by optimizing the behavior and attitude in the IT organization towards continuous value improvement for the customer.
What is Lean IT and the characteristics of an IT organization?
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IT today is under more pressure than ever before to deliver resources faster, support new business initiatives, and keep pace with the competition. To handle these demands, you need a flexible, resilient infrastructure that is easy to manage and easy to scale. This means you need to be able to take everything you know and own today and transform those resources into a software-defined datacenter that is capable of handling changing needs and unexpected opportunities.
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In the aviation sector, technological development is being carried out in order to enhance economic efficiency, safety and efficiency of aircraft such as environment friendly, unmanned and miniaturized.
Development of eco-friendly technologies such as development of electric power propulsion and improvement of aerodynamic design is underway in order to reduce exhaust gas and noise in accordance with strengthened environmental regulations. Efficiency and safety improvement are being promoted through improvement of navigation technology.
Especially, utilization of UAV and UAV management research are expanding as future core fields of aviation.
The UAV, which was developed and used for military purposes, is rapidly expanding into the public sector, such as telecommunications relay, ground observation, and aerial photographing. Continue reading “Drones and UAV”
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I believe quite a substantial amount of people are still quite blurred about how the stock market works? What is share markets? How do we buy stocks? How do I trade? On the other hand, others are still in search of other types of investment such as Bitcoin, a type of digital currencies without hassles and less risky as you don’t need third party to act on your behalf. Within a short period of time, Bitcoin’s value and its investment’s return has been very rewarding. To date, bitcoin’s value is still rising. So, let’s see, what is the difference of these two investments. How it works? Continue reading “Stock Market Trading vs Bitcoin”