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Main article: Event management ITIL An event may indicate that something is not functioning correctly, leading to an incident being logged. Events may also indicate normal activity, or a need for routine intervention such as changing a tape. Event management depends on monitoring, but it is different. Event management generates and detects notifications, while monitoring checks the status of components even when no events are occurring.

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Zineb Gridda December 21, The IT industry is blessed with many frameworks that are marketed as the providential solutions to all enterprise problems. Those frameworks are in a constant state of evolution and have the luxury to cover a broad range of topics. It actually is quite astonishing the level of granularity that we can achieve through these best practices whether they come from an IT side or any other.

Actually, what is much more interesting is the flexibility these best practices allow us, especially when you combine multiples standards together to address versatile issues within your company. Further, incident management in IT is one key component in this symbiosis of standards.

Seemingly, we can compare these two extremes because standards have been proven to be used in multiple and different contexts. Matter of fact, Incident management is also not an exclusive problem faced by billionaires; it is an issue that any business holder has to think about. The 21st century is an era blessed with a blossoming technology revolution, yet is faced with cyber attacks that are now a part of the daily life.

To tackle this alarming problem, companies are outsourcing their incident management to external parties in hope of building a much more efficient wall around their data and money. Others choose instead to invest more into the IT and security department to prevent such issues. Incident management in the IT world is roughly defined as the complete set of tools and activities used by an organization in order to identify, analyze and correct vulnerabilities or incidents in order to avoid a relapse or a complication.

In brief, Incident management restores IT services to normal working levels. The aim of Incident Management is to return IT service delivery to the required service levels as quickly as possible while ensuring a minimum impact on business operations. ITIL also differentiates between Problem and Incident Management as they are both different and can be summarized as follows: A problem is a set of incidents but one incident cannot be a problem; Where Incident Management aims to restore the activity; Problem Management is more focused on the root cause analysis in order to avoid a relapse.

This Framework defines a process model designed for this industry; its components describe business processes that aim to categorize process elements and business activities in order to implement the different end-to-end workflows such as Assurance, Billing, Fulfillment, etc. On the conceptual level, eTOM has 3 major process areas: 1. It also separates lifecycle management from operations and daily processes.

These are unplanned events that require help from the service provider to restore normal function. The ITIL guidelines ensure that the service manager minimizes the risks of service unavailability, adjust capacity to real-time demand and increase efficiency and respect of SLAs.

The telecommunication realm is living some troubled times. Companies have to juggle with a growing data and clients demands that are much more precise and complex to satisfy. From a customer point of view, the best practices are here to add a security layer to products, provide a quality guarantee, and ensure a better customer experience in case of incidents or other.

From a company point of view, the certification provides a range of diverse advantages such as: Create a common language to use with the different company staff, partners and suppliers. Adopt a classification and structure scheme for incident management to simplify the follow-up and maximize the resolution time. Initiate Knowledge management across departments. Brief staff about the importance of security and recovery guidelines in case of incidents.

Improve the cost and risk strategy. Understand and provide guidelines to deliver services aligned with the business needs. Provide metrics for service management such as, a number of escalation, issues resolved, issues on hold, helpdesk efficiency, and impact damages on operations, etc.

Be in a continual improvement state. Nonetheless, when it comes to reality, it is always an advantage to know what are the best practices used worldwide, however, companies can still face problems where they need to follow their instincts even if it goes against what is preconized.

These exotic situations are here to remind professionals and companies that nothing can be solved by common or predicted solutions and that once in a while companies have to take risks to learn and grow. PECB Being the most used best practice among service management frameworks, ITIL exceptional to be applied from organizations, oriented to keep their customers first.

Besides, its applications have found a place in various industries; including telecommunications. Check our ITIL courses here.

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Zineb Gridda December 21, The IT industry is blessed with many frameworks that are marketed as the providential solutions to all enterprise problems. Those frameworks are in a constant state of evolution and have the luxury to cover a broad range of topics. It actually is quite astonishing the level of granularity that we can achieve through these best practices whether they come from an IT side or any other. Actually, what is much more interesting is the flexibility these best practices allow us, especially when you combine multiples standards together to address versatile issues within your company. Further, incident management in IT is one key component in this symbiosis of standards. Seemingly, we can compare these two extremes because standards have been proven to be used in multiple and different contexts. Matter of fact, Incident management is also not an exclusive problem faced by billionaires; it is an issue that any business holder has to think about.

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