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Tag: “Known Error”

ISO 20000 Incident and Service Request Management – Increasing efficiency with information flow
Once your service is in the live environment, the Incident and Service Request Management process will count for the majority...
Once your service is in the live environment, the Incident and Service Request Management process will count for the majority of your daily activities. This means, from a practical point of view, that your customers...
Known Errors – repetitio est mater studiorum? Not in this case.
“Reinventing the wheel.” – We often use this saying in everyday life, but did you know that it’s valid in...
“Reinventing the wheel.” – We often use this saying in everyday life, but did you know that it’s valid in IT Service Management, i.e. ITIL, as well? Let me recall a common situation: your users...
Communication inside IT Service Management team – setup of joint vocabulary and criteria
The most known quote in the world: “Houston, we have a problem,” was spoken by Apollo 13’s Commander Jim Lovell....
The most known quote in the world: “Houston, we have a problem,” was spoken by Apollo 13’s Commander Jim Lovell. (Actually, he said, “Houston, we’ve had a problem,” but that’s not what we will discuss...
A trip of 1,000 miles begins with the first step – Initial diagnosis of an incident
So, an incident occurred. Service is affected. If you are lucky, event monitoring tools are in place and you will...
So, an incident occurred. Service is affected. If you are lucky, event monitoring tools are in place and you will notice the incident before users do. Unfortunately, according to my experience, most incidents are reported...