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ITIL 2011 books and PDF downloads
ITIL 2011 ("ITIL v4") provides the latest updates to ITIL v3.
The hardcopies of the core or lifecycle publications were made available at the end of July. On the 23rd August 2011, previously announced as 31st August, the publications will be available in PDF format.
The PDF format is not only convenient by having the ITIL material available electronically, it is also good and 'green' to the planet as it saves on the various paper, printing, fuel, emissions and transportation costs that are associated with the hardcopies.
No doubt with the extensive updates, explanations and additional material, 200+ pages, the ITIL Service Strategy volume it is bound to be a popular download...
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To obtain further details or order your ITIL 2011 publications please visit the ITILnews Bookstore by clicking here.
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