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IN ITIL WHICH ARE THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MAIN OBJECTS OF INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
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The main objectives of Incident Management would be to track the incidents experiences by customers/users, and to find solutions that allow the customers/users to accomplish their business goals.  Work around solutions and quickly dealing with symptoms so that the user can 'get back to work' are acceptable for Incidents.  This differs from Problem Management where the cause of the problem is addressed.
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To restore failed services as soon as possible to minimize business impact
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Incident management provides to the external customer a focal point for leadership and drive during an event by ensuring adherence to follow-up on commitments and adequate information flow. This means, presenting to the customer an entity that accepts ownership of their problem.
The objective of Incident Management during an incident is service restoration as quickly as possible. The objective is not to make a system perfect. If service can be restored by a temporary workaround quicker than by correcting the underlying root cause of the issue then that is acceptable. After service restoration, correction of underlying root causes is done by the Problem Management team by a process called Root Cause Analysis (RCA). An example of service restoration by temporary workaround is that done
The primary focus of Incident Management is to ensure a prompt recovery of the system, supervising and directing the internal or external resources. Prompt system recovery and minimization of any impact to the customer’s, has priority over unreasonably long and intensive data collection for the event root cause investigation.
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