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Oct062012

Google Data on ITIL, ITSM and Much More!

While exploring personal analytics on my gmail account I got sucked into google insights and found some fun trends.

First, ITIL, COBIT & PMP who's getting the searches?

Next let's look at the some organizational trends, how about itSMF, ISACA & PMI

Next let's look at some more main stay movements, DEVOPS, ITSM, AGILE, LEAN & Six Sigma

Finally let's look at the cute new shiny stuff IT folks like to talk about, consumerization & BYOD (2005-2012)...Yup people are OBESSED with devices.

ITIL v1, v2, v3, v4?

Help Desk, Support Desk, Service Desk, IT Support, Tech Support...well that's going down hill...all of it.

   

 

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Reader Comments (3)

Interesting. Question: Why point out that, "Help Desk, Support Desk, Service Desk, IT Support, Tech Support...well that's going down hill...all of it" when the same appears to be true of PMI, and for that matter, ITIL?

October 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRoy Atkinson

I went to Google Trends and ran one for:

SaaS
Cloud Computing
Big Data
ITIL
PMP

And you can see, as Roy pointed out - there seems to be a general decline in pretty much all of it except Big Data - but that is still in last place among these terms.

is there something else replacing these searches or is it an overall decline in interest?

October 22, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterStephen

Stephen,
Thanks for the post. I think you bring up a great point. What I see this as is a move away from traditional web to social, which would be much harder for google to plot.

Would love to see your charts!

Chris

October 22, 2012 | Registered CommenterChris Dancy

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