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Countdown to #SDITS12 - ITSMWP Rest of the World Edition - Episode 35

Countdown to #SDITS12. 

What happens when an Analyst, a ITSM Guru and a Service Desk Monkey chat.....well, when they feel like it.....

Show notes Episode 35 - April  2012

Barclay escapes the roundabouts in Milton Keynes

Carsten Holm, Managing Director, Diversified Business Communications

Laura Venables, Event Manager SDITS, Diversified Business Communications

SDITS show 24-25 April at Earls Court 1, London

What’s on at SDITS

The Ovum Knowledge Centre at SDITS

Keynotes - The great SaaS debate, ITIL 2011 and much more

Ben Clacy, Don Page and Noel BrutonWhat might happen (Video)

Noel Bruton has nothing against ITIL

Chris Dancy visits the UK again (video)

Adam Holtby, Ovum

Roy Illsley, Ovum


Breakfast briefings at SDITS

Empowering people on the move

Stop thinking like and IT department; start delivering services like a business

Panel debates

The impact of emerging technologies on ITSM

ABC of ICT - Paul Wilkinson Gaming Works - @gamingpaul

Kevin Holland


James is running LEAN (video)

No foreplay, just action (video - careful – a wee bit of nudity)

80 Exhibitors and 80 Sessions, all free to visitors

The vendors that aren’t there – CA, HP (but their partners are), IBM

Party for the vendors (video)

Flying with a hangover (video)


Is SDITS the right name for the event?

itSMF Belgium prize draw – 1st Prize a set of ITIL 2011 books

What to do if you’ve won the books (video)

James Blog - Importance of the service desk


InfoSec is at the same venue

Erotica show

Patrick is tied to his booth

Internet World at Earls Court 2

BBC Click


ITSMWPROW is being recorded at SDITS


Vote for your ITSM Hot Topics



Next ITSMWPROW recording live at SDITS






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