Welcome!

ColdFusion Authors: Yakov Fain, Maureen O'Gara, Nancy Y. Nee, Tad Anderson, Daniel Kaar

Related Topics: Python, ColdFusion, .NET, Virtualization, Search, AJAX & REA, Cloud Expo

Python: Blog Post

Business Service Management: Aligning Business & IT

BSMReview.com seeks to analyze the best and next practices in business service management from a third-party point

When Rick Berzle and Bill Keyworth asked me to join them to build a site on the topic of Business Service Management, I immediately said yes.

The result is BSMReview.com, a site which seeks to analyze the best and next practices in business service management from a third-party point of view. The experts that Bill has brought to the site are literally a who's who of the best and most trusted people in the field: Peter Armstrong, Tom Bishop, Malcolm Fry, Israel Gat, Peter McGarahan, Richard Ptak, and Ken Turbitt. And that's just for the launch. Bill is recruiting more experts even as I write this. I'd like to get David Williams from Gartner and Jean-Pierre Garbani from Forrester involved as well, but they're behind the iron walls of the analyst-dom.

Bill's thinking is that business service management covers a series of related topics. See his introduction - The Why & What of Business Service Management for more.

Here's to the long term success of the site! I'm excited because we are going to be discussing new areas like the future of IT service management as it relates to cloud computing, for example. So this is going to be a learning experience for all involved. Speaking of the cloud, here's a set of cloud-computing working papers from JSB >>

Read the original blog entry...

More Stories By Christian Sarkar

Christian is an independent marketing consultant and advisor. He is an expert at marketing strategy in online ecosystems. His clients include corporations like Deloitte and HP, non profits like The Solar Electric Light Fund, start-ups like Mezeo and Danube Technologies, universities like UCLA, Babson, Thunderbird, and Emory, and individual thought-leaders like Vijay Govindrajan, John Hagel, John Seely Brown, Ton Davenport, Douglas K Smith, Tammy Erickson, Francis Cholle, and Gaurav Bhalla.