With exhibition space filling up fast for the 20th anniversary edition of SITS - The Service Desk & IT Support Show, the event's organiser Diversified Communications UK has released its first preview of new products being unveiled at London's Earls Court on 29-30 April.
This year's show highlights are now available to view at www.servicedeskshow.com/category/show-news
Twenty years ago, few UK workers could have foreseen some of the technological advancements that now seem commonplace. Today, computers and portable devices play an essential role in day-to-day business operations for millions (22 million people - around 77% of the UK's total workforce - use IT in their jobs).
In a world where even the most minor of IT faults can lead to serious disruptions and revenue losses, quality IT support professionals and service providers (in-house or external) are an increasingly vital component of any competitive business. And SITS14 is the annual go to event designed to give them the tools and knowledge to continue to enable their colleagues and clients to work as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Featuring the ITSM industry's leading specialist vendors, integrators, consultancies and service providers, demonstrating the latest products and services, SITS is the UK's leading event for IT service management and IT support professionals looking to keep up-to-date with the latest emerging trends and technology.
New exhibitors for 2014 include Verasseti, Seamlessly (launching the cloud-based Nexus® Service Platform in the UK); USU AG - Europe's largest provider of IT and knowledge management solutions; Atlassian (introducing their recently-launched JIRA Service Desk); and Hewlett-Packard - demonstrating its newly released Service Anywhere (a completely new SaaS ITSM solution).
To register for a free trade ticket, please visit http://www.eventdata.co.uk/Visitor/SITS.aspx?TrackingCode=PR14. Please note, a door charge will apply on the day if you have not registered in advance.
Press passes are available to editorial staff employed by a trade or consumer publication, mainstream media outlet (newspaper, radio, TV, etc), or online magazines. Freelance writers, contributing editors, or bloggers may also request press passes if the event is being covered for a specific publication or topic-related article.
Email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free press pass for the event - please include your name, job title, company name, and full contact details (plus links to relevant by-lined articles if you are a freelancer).
This is a FREE event. There is no charge.
Tel: 01273 645134