Filtered by: Business Service Management
Starting any project is daunting and Business Service Management as an initiative is often thought of as big, hard and complicated. My personal opinion is that stems from the fact that it cuts horizontally across the data center and does not reside in one sphere of influence. However, as a long time product marketing / product manager I find it can be quite simple. One service at a time, one service team at a time approach rather than boiling the ocean all at once. Let’s start at the top, the service, and work our way down and back up again in a series of posts.
Submitted by: mhudnall on Tue. 02.01.2011
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, IT Management
Product: Business Service Management, Operations Center
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