Featured Speaker: Troy DuMoulin, VP, Research & Development, Pink Elephant

The nature of complex & dynamic systems makes it challenging to predict how any action will positively or negatively impact service availability and performance. However, one certainty that you can take to the bank is that eventually these systems will fail and require rapid recovery. Another certainty is that due to the dynamic nature of these same systems the impact and criticality of service failure can change quickly, dramatically and unexpectedly requiring very different support models.

The ITIL Service Management process framework identifies three separate but highly dependent processes to deal with this challenge. However in most organizations these support practices are implemented as silos with little to no integration. In this informative session Troy DuMoulin, VP of Research and Development at Pink Elephant will provide an overview of the three separate processes. He will outline how they are related and how each one is triggered to support the rapid escalation or de-escalation of your service recovery processes to ensure the best possible Mean Time To Repair balanced with cost and risk.

On-Demand Webinar with Pink Elephant
ITIL Service Management: Integrating Normal Incident, Major Incident & Service Continuity Management

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