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What’s the difference between digital transformation and IT transformation and how can the IT4IT Standard contribute?

The Automation of IT Using IT4IT and DevOps

IT work is just as susceptible to digitization and automation as other segments, yet IT departments seem to be lagging behind. Surprisingly, there few bodies of knowledge that address this topic, but IT4IT and DevOps provide valuable guidance.

Learning IT4IT Poster – Service Science

In this IT4IT poster Mark Smalley takes a look at how “Service” is such a frequently and widely used term in the IT industry how it can be confusing. We also explain what people actually mean when they say “Service”?

IT4IT Request to Fulfil – An Interactive Guide

The R2F Value Stream plays an important role in helping IT organizations transition to a service broker model. This free interactive guide provides a condensed and easily accessible reference, outlining (amongst other things) the Value Drivers, Key Activities and Proof Points of R2F.

IT4IT Requirements to Deploy (R2D) – An Interactive Guide

Following Strategy to Portfolio (S2P), the requirement to Deploy (R2D) Value Stream provides the framework for creating and sourcing new services, or modifying those that already exist. This resource provides a condensed and easily accessible reference, outlining (among other things) the Value Drivers, Key Activities and Proof Points of R2D.

An Introduction to the New IT4IT Standard

It might be that your organization is implementing the IT4IT standard. You might be an IT professional, an HR executive, or an accountant. Whatever your background, the IT4IT standard is something you need to be aware of. In this free introduction brochure, you will gain knowledge of the terminology, structure, and basic concepts of the IT4IT Standard.

IT4IT: Strategy to Portfolio – An Interactive Guide

In this IT4IT interactive guide we provide a condensed and easily accessible reference, outlining the Value Drivers, Key Activities and Proof Points of Strategy to Portfolio.

IT4IT Relationships with ITIL and Other Practices and Standards

In this IT4IT white paper, our very own IT4IT expert Richard Moore examines IT4IT’s many relationships with not only ITIL, but other practices and standards including COBIT.

IT4IT: The Service Model – An Interactive Guide

The IT4IT Reference Architecture breaks down the activities in the IT Value Chain into four key pillars for IT. This IT4IT interactive guide provides an over of the first of these four pillars – The Service Model.

Why Use The IT4IT Reference Architecture?

In this white paper, our very own IT4IT expert Richard Moore will discuss why the IT4IT Reference Architecture is ideal for use in any organization and the immediate benefits of implementation

Learning IT4IT Poster – IT4IT Level 1

This IT4IT poster explains what Level 1 of the IT4IT standard includes, and how it relates to the IT Value Chain and the other levels in IT4IT.

Learning IT4IT Poster – IT4IT as an Enabler of Business Value

The IT organization is today beset by an increasing number of significant challenges. Constantly evolving expectations and demands from the business is driving an urgent need for the IT organization to transform.

Learning IT4IT Poster – The Four Value Streams

At the heart of IT4IT are the four Value Streams that create the value in the IT Value Chain. This poster provides a succinct summary and overview of these four sets of activities as they create or add value to a service as it progresses through its life cycle.

Learning IT4IT Poster – An Overview of IT4IT

This poster provides a high-level overview of the IT4IT standard, showing who it is aimed at, outlining its benefits, and describing its content.

IT4IT and Digital Transformation

In this white paper, our very own IT4IT expert Richard Moore will discuss the notion that ANY business transformation is largely an IT transformation. This includes, the consequences for Enterprise Architecture and IT Governance, and how The Open Group’s IT4IT initiative is tackling the problem.

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