Event management, although theoretically different, is fundamentally what most IT organizations refer to as “monitoring.” Monitoring an organization’s environment to determine whether important assets are in the state they should be, and knowing when that state changes, is a very important activity that many organizations spend significant portions of their budget doing.
Attendees of our webinar “Understanding the Difference Between Incident Management and Problem Management” had a lot of great questions for the webinar host, Global Knowledge ITIL course director and ITIL expert Michael Scarborough. So great, in fact, we decided to share them, along with Michael’s great answers.
The “ITIL® Service Strategy” book is likely the most important of the five ITIL core books, however, it is also chock full of things that most organizations and service management professionals will never encounter. In this blog post I describe the three most important aspects of the ITIL Service Strategy book.
The primary method that ITIL uses to encourage consistency is through the definition and management of processes for various IT service management activities. The purpose of a process is to define a series of repeatable steps that can be performed consistently, at a predictable level of cost, in order to produce a consistent and predictable […]
ITIL provides numerous best practices and guidelines that help organizations effectively configure, establish, and manage boundaries. In this blog, we will discuss three ways that ITIL promotes the definition of boundaries. First, ITIL encourages organizations to think about their IT in the form of services. Services are a way of describing a boundary between the […]