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Monday, November 21, 2011

New ITIL eLearning Program Teaches Professionals How to Manage IT Systems While Saving Organizations Time and Money

Managing data is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses in this modern, growing, fast-paced world. IT professionals now have another resource to help them learn how to master service management practices, including those found in the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL®).

The new fourth edition of The Art of Service ITIL® 2011 Foundation eLearning Program shows professionals how to efficiently manage IT system while saving their organizations time and money.

The Art of Service is one of the most trusted sources globally for the career-driven IT professional.
Since the ITIL® 2011 Foundation eLearning Program launched two months ago, nearly 1,000 students are enrolled from dozens of countries.

Photo: Cloud computing pioneer and The Art of Service CEO Ivanka Menken

“The Art of Service approach to IT service management training is inclusive, easy-to-understand and very applicable to the real world,” said The Art of Service founder and CEO Ivanka Menken, a renowned global IT and ITIL® expert.

About The Art of Service

As a cutting-edge IT service framework company, The Art of Service is leading the way in providing high end, client-focused books, toolkits and online and classroom education programs. The company is one of the most trusted sources globally for the career-driven IT professional.
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About the Founder
Ivanka Menken is the founder and CEO of The Art of Service. Menken has spearheaded the company's Cloud Computing Certification Scheme that is becoming the industry benchmark. She is a sought-after speaker at global IT events and has addressed the renowned IT Service Management Forum numerous times on IT service and cloud computing. She recently spoke at the Fusion 11 conference in Washington D.C. on the topic of New Orleans, Haiti, and Brisbane: How to "Disaster Proof" Your Business.

Source: PRWeb