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What is Service Knowledge Management System (SKMS) in ITIL

ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) is an industry standard for IT service management, and it has become the go-to framework for organizations that need to manage their IT services. One of the critical components of ITIL is the Service Knowledge Management System (SKMS). An SKMS is a comprehensive repository of all the information related to IT services, including processes, procedures, and best practices.


ITIL Knowledge Management Best Practices

The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) describes a framework for delivering IT services according to best practices, including best practices for what’s known as knowledge management. Knowledge management, which includes being able to gather, store, and share IT knowledge, is critical for IT service management (ITSM).

How to Implement a Knowledge Management System in Your Organization

What is knowledge management? Every business often struggles with answering this question; it isn't rare for a company to need help educating and making their management more knowledgeable. The benefits of a knowledgeable system in an organization increase service quality, productivity rates, and other advantages that help with a company's success.

4 easy ways to keep your knowledge base relevant and up to date

Knowledge is king in today’s information-driven business world, as most knowledge managers like me know. Having the right information at customers' fingertips can greatly influence their perception of the customer support experience. In today’s self-service world, a well-populated knowledge base with a reliable group of contributors is not enough to create a great experience. The content must be relevant and timely.


The Anatomy of the Perfect Knowledge Base Article

Anatomy was always one of my favorite subjects in school—it just made sense. I still know the structure of a human cell, I remember the different parts of the ear, and because I’m active, I know the soreness I feel in my muscles is caused by lactic acid fermentation. Lessons from anatomy have proven to be some of the most practical for my everyday life.