Coming up for 2008 on the IT Skeptic website

After the interesting feedback provided to our recent poll, and after due consideration by the IT Skeptic, let us look at what is coming up for 2008 on the IT Skeptic website:

how to treat hosted applications in the ITIL service catalogue

Here's one that a colleague wrestled with recently at a client site: how to treat hosted applications in the service catalogue.

Define ITIL for the IT layman

How do you define what ITIL is, in plain English? The IT Skeptic has a stab at it:

What do the IT Skeptic readers feel about the ITIL v3 exams?

What do the IT Skeptic readers feel about the ITIL v3 exams? We polled you to find out.

Beyond the 7-minute attention span: getting management interested in ITIL (or anything)

IT initiatives fail so often because of lack of management commitment, support and leadership. What to do about that?

In 2008, do you want this blog to continue to report on Service Management politics, scandals and dirty deeds?

Yes
84% (92 votes)
No opinion
6% (7 votes)
No
9% (10 votes)
Total votes: 109

What does it mean to "implement" or "do" ITIL?

How can we speak of implementing ITIL or measuring the results of ITIL if ITIL ought to be an ongoing (unending?) process of continual service improvement?

Which is the best way to buy ITIL version 3: as books, PDFs or online subscription? The IT Skeptic makes a choice.

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There are three ways to buy ITIL Version 3: books, PDFs or online subscription. Which is best?

How to use this website

How to get best use and maximum value from this site.

Three months later, APMG accreditation still suspended

The IT Skeptic broke the news that APMG had been suspended by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service.

Three months later, APMG accreditation still suspended. This is obviously not a brief tiff to be resolved overnight.

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