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What’s the content of an ITIL/ISO 20000 SLA?
Once your IT service is in the live environment – that’s when your service’s “adult life” begins; i.e., it’s time...
Once your IT service is in the live environment – that’s when your service’s “adult life” begins; i.e., it’s time to see how good (or bad) the service is. Users will start using it and...
5 biggest challenges while setting up the Incident Management process
Incident management is always “hot stuff” in IT Service Management (ITSM). While reading ITIL literature you will notice many elements that...
Incident management is always “hot stuff” in IT Service Management (ITSM). While reading ITIL literature you will notice many elements that need to be considered. But, one of the fundamental issues (not emphasized enough) is –...
What should be on the SMS management review agenda according to ISO 20000?
There are a lot of people interested in the Service Management System (SMS) based on ISO 20000. But, there are...
There are a lot of people interested in the Service Management System (SMS) based on ISO 20000. But, there are also a lot of people who don’t like meetings. I understand them, but there is...
Who is your ideal ITIL/ISO 20000 Service Level Manager?
Having the right person in the right position is one of the goals of management. And that’s logical – incompetent...
Having the right person in the right position is one of the goals of management. And that’s logical – incompetent people lead to poor results, and every manager gives his best to avoid that. But,...
ITIL Incident Management – How does it influence customer satisfaction?
Satisfied customer will pay your bills. Unsatisfied customers – well, maybe they pay the next one, but certainly not for...
Satisfied customer will pay your bills. Unsatisfied customers – well, maybe they pay the next one, but certainly not for the long term. With that act (not paying the bill, i.e., not using your services...
How to overcome barriers while implementing the Service Catalogue according to ITIL
Service Catalogue… it’s always an interesting, but controversial topic. There are many different ideas and views on the topic. It’s...
Service Catalogue… it’s always an interesting, but controversial topic. There are many different ideas and views on the topic. It’s hard to say which one of them is right and which is wrong. And, that’s...