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ITILnews server upgrade
We are pleased to announce that the planned upgrade to the 'shiny new server' in early July 2009, upon which ITILnews in now running, was implemented without any glitches. The upgrade was required due to the level of traffic being generated and the need for a faster and more resilient…
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Tags: ITILnews,number 1,ITIL News,Portal site
Future of ITIL Version 2
YOU have until the 24th July 2009 to complete a survey regarding the future of ITIL Version 2. The Office of Government (OGC) who own ITIL are conducting a survey regarding the ITIL Qualifications Scheme. The output from the survey will be used to discuss the future withdrawal…
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Tags: future of,ITIL V2,in your hands,ITIL qualifications Scheme,ITIL Version 2,Office of Government
New Horizons ITIL Training Provider
Following on from the article regarding the UK ITIL Training Provider goes into administration, ITILnews are pleased to announce that the phoenix has arisen from the flames and New Horizons are trading again the UK marketplace with the opening of new offices in London, England.  
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Tags: ITIL,Training Provider,Brand re-launch,the UK,New Horizons
OGC launch Prince2
From the same stable as ITIL, the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), comes the updated Prince2 2009, which is to be launched on the 16th June in London, UK. The launch event is by invitation only, but the publishers, The Stationary Office (TSO), have a live stream that…
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Tags: OGC launch,Prince2,Office of Government Commerce,Managing Successful Projects,Directing Successful Projects,ITIL
The global economic downturn is being blamed for the collapse of a significant UK Training Provider.   New Horizons UK franchise owned by Thunder Bay Group Limited went into administration in April 2009 owing £2.1m (approx. $3m). John Stoddard the Managing Director was unavailable for comment…
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Tags: UK ITIL Training,into administration,New Horizons,UK franchise
Recent figures released for January 2008 to January 2009 suggest that ITIL Version 2 Foundation, Practitioner and Managers courses are still in strong demand almost two years after the release of ITIL Version 3.   When launched ITIL Version 3 promoted the fact that ITIL Version 2 disciplines…
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Tags: ITIL Version 2,worthy of consideration
Withdrawal of ITIL version 2
We understand that the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), the owners of ITIL, is looking to create an online survey for the international ITIL community to evaluate the possible withdrawal of ITIL Version 2 publications and qualifications.   As soon as we know more we will…
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Tags: ITIL Version 2,Office of Government Commerce,OGC,ITIL Version 3
During July 2008 Xpertise, the UK based ITIL training organization announced it had made an offer to takeover Parity training also UK based. In August 2008 the Xpertise shareholders rejected the resolution after it had received a takeover approach.   Privately owned QA-IQ specified…
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Tags: ITIL UK, Trainers, Merger Activity,Xpertise,ITIL training,QA-IQ
EDS (Electronic Data Systems) Asia Pac, hot on the heels of it's agreed takeover by HP (Hewlett Packard) in May for around US$14bn, has announced that it is to standardize on BMC's Atrium Configuration Management Database (CMDB) based on ITIL, to assist with managing and monitoring people, processes…
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Tags: Electronic Data Systems,EDS,BMC,ITIL,AsiaPac,Configuration Management Database,managing and monitoring people
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