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The 7 Step Improvement Process
The Continual Service Improvement (CSI) process or 7 Step Improvement process explains how to measure and report on service improvement.  There are close links between this process and the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle which should feed into the Service Improvement Plan or SIP.   It…
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This article is from Continual Service Improvement - 7-Step Improvement Process and has been viewed 99150 times.
Tags: 7 Step Improvement process,ITIL perspective,Continual Service Improvement,Service Improvement Plan,Knowledge Management
ITIL v3 Service Measurement
The Service Measurement process has very close and obvious links to the Service Reporting process.  Base lining is vital in ensuring that the reports produced are meaningful to those who receive and that they provide value.  Without a base line there is no solid foundation upon…
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This article is from Continual Service Improvement - Service Measurement and has been viewed 24316 times.
Tags: Service Measurement,ITIL perspective,Service Reporting,Base lining,monitoring and measuring
ITIL v3 Service Reporting
The Service Reporting process reports on the results achieved both operationally and strategically. It also reports on any developments related to Service Level Agreements such as hitting various targets, like availability.   Its purpose is to provide information to both IT and the business in order…
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This article is from Continual Service Improvement - Service Reporting and has been viewed 53213 times.
Tags: Service Reporting,ITIL v3,ITIL perspective,Service Level Agreements,reporting framework policy,Service Design
Supplier Management from an ITIL perspective
Supplier Management plays a key role in Service Management.  It manages Suppliers, typically third party, although some can be internal suppliers, and services they provide to the client.  The aim is to ensure quality, consistency and value for money, in other words, at the right price.  …
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This article is from Service Design - Supplier Management and has been viewed 51595 times.
Tags: Supplier Management,ITIL perspective,Service Management,third party,internal suppliers,Supplier Strategy,Service Strategy,Supplier and Contract Database,Configuration Management System
Information Security Management - an ITIL version
Information Security Management in this digital age plays a key role in Service Management.  It must align itself with IT Security and Business Security in order to ensure that information security across the organisation is controlled and managed.   The Information Security Management process includes: …
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This article is from Service Design - Information Security Management and has been viewed 20904 times.
Tags: Information Security Management,ITIL perspective,Service Management,IT Security,Business Security,Information Security Management System,ISMS,ISO 27001
ITIL Request Fulfilment
As ITIL has evolved over the years it has become apparent that certain activities that are undertaken do not benefit from following the well documented ITIL Change Management process every time. In fact if this was the case then ITIL would simply be dismissed as bureaucratic.…
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This article is from Service Operation - Request Fulfillment and has been viewed 41631 times.
Tags: ITIL v3,Request Fulfillment,What is Request Fulfilment,ITIL perspective,ITIL Change Management
ITIL v3 Event Management and the Service Desk
The ITIL definitions for an 'Event' and 'Event Management':   Event - A change of state that has significance for the management of a Configuration Item or IT Service.   Event Management - The process responsible for managing Events throughout their lifecycle.  
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This article is from Service Operation - Event Management and has been viewed 17541 times.
Tags: ITIL v3,Event Management,Service Desk,Configuration Item
ICCM
Vendors selected as a 'Cool Vendor' for 2010 report are innovative, impactful and intriguing   London, Baltimore, Cincinnati, April 13th, 2010 - ICCM Solutions, a globally recognized IT Service Management software company has been named in the 2010 Gartner 'Cool Vendor in BPM' report (1). Gartner,…
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This article is from Press Releases - ITIL and has been viewed 10786 times.
Tags: ICCM,ICCM Solutions,IT Service Management ,Cool Vendor,Industry Analysts
ITIL Lite: A Road Map to Full or Partial ITIL Impl
Author:Malcolm Fry Publisher:TSO (The Stationery Office) 'ITIL Lite: A Road Map to Full or Partial ITIL Implementation' is aimed at encouraging organisations to adopt ITIL v3 by selecting and implementing key ITIL V3 components. For many reasons not every organisation cannot adopt the whole of ITIL…
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This article is from Publications - Overview and has been viewed 14848 times.
Tags: ITIL Lite,Road Map,Full or Partial,ITIL Implementation,improve key processes,ITIL V3
ITIL V3 Service Portfolio and Lifecycle
Within the ITIL Service Design book you will find the Service Portfolio. The ITIL Service Portfolio contains the status of all services that IS currently offers, have offered in the past and also those that maybe simply 'pipe dreams', 'nice to have' or ideas for the future. The Portfolio is…
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This article is from Service Strategy - Service Portfolio Management and has been viewed 57358 times.
Tags: ITIL V3,Service Portfolio and Lifecycle,ITIL Service Design,Service Portfolio
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