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At the beginning of the millennium a considerable amount of interest was shown around IT Service Management. Microsoft Corporation was no exception and having explored the world recognized that ITIL owned by the British Government was a good sound foundation. Microsoft developed a proprietary product based upon ITIL called the Microsoft Operational Framework, often referred to as MOF.
 
In May 2009 Microsoft launched MOF 4.0 and has produced two ‘companion guides’ and a document that cross references between ITIL v3 and MOF 4.0. The documents are entitled:
  • MOF Companion Guide: Using MOF for ISO/IEC 20000
  • MOF Companion Guide: Planning for Software-plus-Services
  • Cross reference ITIL v3 and MOF 4
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