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Pink14 Preview: What’s the big idea?

“Sometimes you’re so busy putting out fires that you don’t have time to improve fire-fighting or fire-safety” Do you ever get a Big Idea?  You’ll be talking or reading about ITSM and the proverbial light bulb comes on.  You see a connection or an underpinning concept that you hadn’t seen before.  Sometimes it appears to be an original insight, one you haven’t heard... 

Rob England: Incident Management at Cherry Valley, Illinois

It had been raining for days in and around Rockford, Illinois that Friday afternoon in 2009, some of the heaviest rain locals had ever seen. Around 7:30 that night, people in Cherry Valley – a nearby dormitory suburb – began calling various emergency services: the water that had been flooding the road and tracks had broken through the Canadian National railroad’s line, washing away the... 

Planning for Major Incidents

Do regular processes go out of the window during a Major Incident? Recently I’ve been working on Incident Management, and specifically on Major Incident planning. During my time in IT Operations I saw teams handle Major Incidents in a number of different ways. I actually found that in some cases all process and procedure went out of the window during a Major Incident, which has a horrible irony... 

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