Capacity planning forms part of the capacity management process within the ITIL foundation framework and it’s included in many ITIL foundation practice exams. Capacity management is a key process in the Service Design stage of the ITIL lifecycle. Without capacity planning, an IT service provider can either spend excess costs for the realistic business requirements or […]
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Strategic Capabilities and Resources in an IT business: Harness it now!
IT organizations’ main goal is to provide services to their customers. These services must be valuable to the customer if it is to be successful. In order to be valuable, it must be useful and it must be consistently available according to the requirements of the customer. IT service providers cannot provide a value-adding service […]
IT Service Automation: How Does it Fit into ITIL Service Management?
Service automation is generally considered to improve both utility and warranty of services. As online ITIL training specifies, utility and warranty of services are crucial components of a service when creating value to a customer. One of the most beneficial properties of service automation comes from the fact that a process will be executed in the […]
ITIL Remediation plan: What to do if your IT Service Change Fail
The ITIL Service Transition stage is the third stage of the ITIL lifecycle. It is in this stage where new or upgraded services are tested before going live. This is thoroughly covered in ITIL foundation certification training. After the ITIL Service Design stage, it is assumed that the service will work flawlessly in a test […]
Design Coordination Process: How To Wrap Up ITIL Service Design?
The design coordination process is the final process in the ITIL service design stage of the ITIL lifecycle for services. Efficient and effective design coordination ensures that a service can successfully be handed over to the ITIL service transition stage, which is discussed in detail in ITIL online courses. The main goal of the this […]