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ITIL has its beginnings in a UK government department called the CCTA (Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency) in Britain in the 1980s. The UK government were finding that the standard of their IT services was not adequate, so the CCTA was tasked with creating a new framework to ensure efficiency and value in IT services for the government and public sector.
The result was the earliest form of ITIL, called GITIM (Government Information Technology Infrastructure Management). Although this lacked the service lifecycle-based structure of later ITIL iterations, it shared the same emphasis on supporting the delivery of services.
In 1989 the name was changed to ITIL and ITIL books began to be published, with the first being Service Level Management, Help Desk. As the use of ITIL began to spread across Europe, more books followed, and it made its way to the United States in 1996. Books for ITIL v2 began to be released in 2000, consolidating the number of volumes from 31 to 8. The third version of ITIL, v3, was released in 2007. This reduced the number of core volumes down to 5 which together form a lifecycle approach to service management. Another update was released in 2011 which, although not adding any new concepts, provided more detail and some new processes.
Here is a short list of milestones for the history of ITIL:
1972: IBM started research on delivering a quality service called Information Systems Management Architecture.
1980: IBM published Volume 1 of a book called “A Management System for the Information Business”.
1988: GITMM was created and designed.
1989: GITMM is renamed to ITIL
1989: The first book was distributed called Service Level Management, with Help Desk, Contingency Planning and Change Management being released.
1990: Other books were available which were called Problem Management, Configuration Management and Cost for IT services.
1991: Software Control & Distribution were published.
1992: Availability Management was printed
1996: ITIL Service Manager Classes started to be delivered in the United States.
2000: Service Support V2 was published
2001: Service Delivery V2 was made available
2002: Application Management, Planning to Implement IT Service Management and ICT Infrastructure were printed
2003: Software Asset Management was distributed
2004: Business Perspective: The IS View on Delivering Services to the Business was made available
2006: ITIL Glossary V2 was issued
2007: ITIL V3 five core books was published
2011: The 2011 update was printed
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