The principles in the ITIL foundation certification training describe Availability Management as a core component of ITIL service management. The official definition of Availability in ITIL is the ability of a configuration item or IT service to perform its agreed function when required. Any good ITIL course will emphasize the importance of Availability Management to […]
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The Strong Link Between ITIL Service Management and ITIL CSI
ITIL Service Management basically aims to meet the desired and expected service levels. And the continual service improvement stage (ITIL CSI) of the ITIL service lifecycle aims to improve services progressively. The interaction between the service lifecycle stages and service management are discussed in detail in the ITIL Online courses and also in free ITIL courses. As […]
Information Security Management: The Full Brief
ITIL foundation certification training teaches us that services are developed in a five-step ITIL lifecycle. The second stage of the ITIL lifecycle is Service Design. As discussed in online ITIL training, the ITIL Service Design stage has many processes that are needed for the stage to be successfully completed. One of the key processes in the […]
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 […]
Capacity Management: How Does it Fit into ITIL Service Design?
The dictionary definition of capacity is the ability to receive or contain. Or more specifically, the maximum amount or number of things that can be received or contained. From an ITIL foundation training point of view, capacity has a similar meaning as well. Capacity in IT service level management defines the upper limits of a […]