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According to ITIL, the goal of Service Level Management is to gradually improve business aligned IT service quality, through a constant cycle of agreeing, monitoring, reporting and reviewing IT service achievements and through instigating actions to eradicate unacceptable levels of service. Service Level Management qualifies and quantifies customer expectations and the ability and preparedness of IT to deliver on those expectations. The resulting balance is formalized into a Service Level Agreement (SLA), the success of which can then be tracked and reviewed. Service Level Management requires IT to put in place contractual ...
Change management is the process of implementing change in the IT effectively and efficiently, with negative effects, at least in line with organizational goals and priorities. These changes may be critical as a major application upgrade that, or minors applying an OS patch on a laptop. The focus of ITIL Change Management is in fact costs and reduced risks associated with proposed associated, as well, and unplanned changes. ITIL sees this as a gradual process, means thatPre-deployment assessments and evaluations. It contains a life cycle approach to managing changes and strict guidelines ... Read More