"Don't be afraid to ask questions."

Information technology has so many acronyms, it’s almost as if techspeak is a completely different language. While you may be familiar with ITIL, ITSM, CSM and CMDB, new acronyms emerge all the time.  

IT leaders must stay on top of the language. And be able to define it for the business leaders who aren’t necessarily submersed in the culture. 

In this Friday Fast Fifteen, David Stevenson breaks down and defines some of these emerging acronyms.  Grab a snack, and get ready to learn about AI and the IoT! 


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