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About IT operations management and IT support

IT operations management and IT support are the core functions of an effective IT department. Day-to-day tasks such as running the helpdesk, infrastructure management, patching and maintenance offer opportunities for improving productivity and cutting costs. We analyse the latest trends and technologies to help you identify the products, services and best practices needed for quality IT operations and support.