Interested in a more secure and well-managed infrastructure?

Keith Combs presented a great webcast on a “more secure and well-managed infrastructure” by outlining effective implementation and optimization of MOF principles.  Keith posted about this in a recent blog entry which outlines details from the webcast.  If you haven’t viewed it yet, I encourage you to do so.  Register here. He delves into how…

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The Love Triangle – Change Management, Configuration Managment, and Release Management

In a recent article in ict*World, Russell Steyn wrote about the “love triangle in ITIL – configuration management, change management, and release management.”  Interesting that this image arises as within the MOF training curriculum, there is a graphic similar to the following one which depicts a triangle between these three service management functions.   To flow…

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How to Apply MOF Risk Management Discipline in Your Organization

To continue discussion from previous post on risk management tied to IT decision making… First the “why”.  There are many reasons listed in the MOF Risk Management Discipline white paper for why risk management is important to an organization.  One of the more important ones to me is that there is less time between failure…

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MOF Risk Management tied to IT Decision Making

If you organization is like most, Risk Management is a discipline that is not given a lot of attention.  Quite often companies take a very basic approach and place risk management into a cloud of high, medium, and low without further definition.  Other companies take a very negative approach to risk from upper management that discourages risk…

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Fox IT introducing new service management offerings

See the full article here.  Moira Stepchuk, of Fox IT, was my ITIL Essentials trainer several years ago now.  She was a great trainer and very knowledgeable with ITIL and MOF.  Fox IT has many quality offerings for ITIL and MOF services.  Be sure to check them out.

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