Professor Rik Maes of the Radboud University in Rotterdam has recieved the ASL BiSL Foundation Trophy 2017, last Thursday during the National Management & IT Symposium in the Netherlands.
Until January 20, 2017 you can nominate a colleague who has made a substantial contribution to the development of the fields of application management and / or business information management.
In April, Mark Smalley spoke at the ICT Expo in Helsinki. This annual tradeshow attracted about 5000 visitors, which, for a relatively small country, impressed him. Read his blog!
The ASL BiSL Foundation was present at the ICT Professionalism conference in Brussel on December 6th 2016.
After having given an introduction to the BiSL® framework for business information management at the itSMF conference in 2014, Mark Smalley had the pleasure of presenting some new perspectives at the 13th conference in 2016. The overarching theme of the conference was how IT service management (ITSM) must transform itself in order to support the greater demands of the digital enterprise.
We’re happy to share with you a preview of BiSL ® Next, the next generation of the Business Information Services Library – BiSL.