Posted by: Robert Davis
Asset Management, Availability Management, Capacity Management, Change Management, Configuration Management, Continuity Management, Financial Management, IEC, Information Security Management, ISO, Service Level Management
In order to deliver adequate IT services, the necessary support processes must be established and functioning consistent with entity-centric service requirements. Abstractively; asset management, configuration management as well as change management should be considered the primary IT service support processes enabling IT service delivery control objectives achievement. If these processes are properly deployed, exceptional secondary service support can be provided through: release management, problem management, incident management, supplier management, and customer relationship management. Typically, within the IT service support domain, the IT service desk function is a primary sub-process for ensuring a responsive organizational structure.
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