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ITIL Roles – Which Roles Can Be Filled By One Person?

Neven Zitek, SPAN Just by looking at the sheer number of ITIL functions and roles may leave you wondering – how do you fit a limited number of IT staff into so many roles? It’s obvious that one person will act in several roles, but how do you optimally combine them? Of course, it all depends on the size of your organization, and which ITIL processes that you’ve implemented, but none of that changes... 

Problem management challenges and critical success factors

Following his presentation on “problem management challenges and critical success factors” at the 8th annual itSMF Estonia conference in December, Tõnu Vahtra, Head of Service Operations at Playtech (the world’s largest publicly-traded online gambling software supplier) gives us his advice on understanding problem management, steps to follow when implementing the process, and how to make it... 

Service Improvement at Cherry Valley

Problem, risk, change , CSI, service portfolio, projects: they all make changes to services.  How they inter-relate is not well defined or understood.  We will try to make the model clearer and simpler. Problem and Risk and Improvement The crew was not warned of the severe weather ahead In this series of articles, we have been talking about an ethanol train derailment in the USA as a case study for... 

The RBS Glitch – A Wake Up Call?

More than a fortnight (from the last couple of weeks of June) after a “glitch” affected Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Natwest and Ulster Bank accounts, the fall-out continues with the manual processing backlog still affecting Ulster Bank customers. Now, the Online Oxford Dictionary defines a glitch as: a sudden, usually temporary malfunction or fault of equipment I don’t think anyone affected... 

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