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Like a scene from Indiana Jones the walls are closing in and you are desperately trying to find a solution or a way out. The global economy seems to be closing down, providing similar pressures, pushing, driving and dragging individuals, organizations and multi-nationals to deliver more for less. Marketplaces have seen household names simply closedown overnight, their fragility exposed and ruthlessly shattered. Tension filled Executive Boardrooms attempt to identify substantial cost savings whilst preaching the need for more efficiencies in an effort to remain solvent let alone competitive.
 
Cost cutting invariably results in departmental budgets being slashed, with the IT department being no exception. Underpinning most organisations activities reductions in the IT budget can have serious detrimental repercussions within the business community and potentially negatively effect the bottom-line.
The Information Technology Infrastructure Library or ITIL offers a framework that has evolved over the past twenty years, assisting organisations around the globe to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the various services delivered to their business and customer.
 
www.ITILnews.com has been set up to assist those considering or embarking on the ITIL journey, as well as organizations already en route but in need of some timely advice and guidance.
 
Why re-invent the wheel?
 
Instead of stumbling along, ITILnews.com attempts to share information, knowledge and wisdom gleaned from personal experiences and those of others who have gone before them.
 
Content includes ITIL case studies and ITIL whitepapers, the ITIL course syllabus, ITIL exam results, free ITIL downloads, ITIL job vacancies and much more.
 
Whilst one digests the practical knowledge, the portal captures and publishes ITIL industry news and developments from around the globe, including the availability of ITIL publications and examinations in various translations.
 
A free regular e-zine is also available to subscribe to.
 
The visitor can also seek confidential and impartial advice by entering their question in any of the "comment" boxes at the foot of most pages. Responses are generally provided within twenty-four hours.
 
Take an opportunity to visit and explore the website, not forgetting to bookmark it and add to your favourites.
 
About ITILnews.com
 
The ITILnews team are committed to assist individuals and organization in both the private and pubic sector, globally. In addition we aim to provide the facility for vendors and suppliers to promote their products and services in support of implementing ITIL best practices.
 
For company and editorial information contact Tony Phipps via tony@itilnews.com.
 
 
 
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