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服务台实践的目的是为事件,解决和服务请求捕获需求。对于所有用户,它也应该是服务提供者的入口点和单一联系点。5 \& m) _& D$ P7 f  ]  K

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  {* n; E  j: L- k6 ~% R注意:在某些组织中,服务台实践的主要目的是在服务提供者及其用户之间建立有效的通信接口,事件和服务请求只是通信的两个主题。在这些组织中,此实践的目的可能是:与所有用户建立一个有效的入口点和单一联系点;为事件,解决和服务请求捕获需求。组织可以并且应该根据其目标和情况调整实践目的声明和ITIL的其他建议。
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2 Y4 f$ d  ]. y/ z表2.1 服务管理的尺寸及示例
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服务管理的尺寸        服务台实践资源示例' [% [7 E  F4 x+ ]) @; a0 x
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工作流和与用户通信的过程
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8 z8 h# o" e. v  ~( v3 K# u: ]8 x合作伙伴和供应商        涉及第三方,在某些情况下为服务台
' Q4 i/ [* \8 w2 R: s术语“ 服务台”可以表示各种类型和资源组。例如,在许多组织中,服务台被认为是职能或一个团队。与任何团队一样,服务台团队也可能参与活动的几种实践。这些可能包括服务台,事件管理,服务请求管理,问题管理,服务配置管理,关系管理惯例等。5 K4 `  w: K* j, V" v& z& d

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该实践指南介绍了服务台实践。当讨论其他团队,软件工具或其他流程时,将明确指出。: U+ C2 s3 I" Y; B) o
服务台实践包含在服务提供者与用户进行通信的所有价值流中。它旨在确保这些通信对于所有相关方都是有效和方便的。
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服务台实践涉及在用户和服务提供者之间建立有效且便捷的通信通道。通常,存在多个通道,并且需要有效的通道集成来提供无缝的和便捷的用户体验。
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良好的沟通渠道使用户和服务提供者能够以一种方便各方的方式交换信息,并确保质量的信息。在此背景中,术语“方便”包括表2.2中概述的特性。
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沟通渠道应该畅通。这可能包括任何用户的语言,格式和特殊功能,无论是视觉上还是其他方面的障碍。接口可能需要特殊的应用程序和设备才能访问通信通道,因为
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保证        各方应确保沟通渠道是真实的,安全的,并遵守适用的法规,政策和规定。
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沟通渠道应该在需要的地方和时间可用。根据服务的不同,它们可能包括各种范围的移动接口(从组织到全球范围)以及可用性时间的选项(仅在内部工作时间连续)。
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应尽可能整合沟通渠道和相关的背景信息。此信息可能包括预填充的上下文数据,通信历史记录,/ _/ ~3 B' x% |
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熟悉的沟通渠道比陌生的新沟通渠道更方便。社交媒体,论坛,电子邮件,聊天和其他通信渠道可能有效地适应了
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可用性        各种界面都应清晰,直观,有用且职能型。
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表2.2中概述的特征类似于通常用于评估和管理质量信息的特征,例如:可用性,可靠性,可访问性,及时性,准确性和相关性。重要的是要注意,信息质量可以依赖于通信质量;这取决于信息质量。其他信息特征取决于信息来源和相关方。' E& W# [) @6 {# e
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+ `3 ^8 h1 ~' {2 t  M) c3 V6 A服务提供者及其用户之间经常使用多个通道进行通信。多通道通信可能很方便,但是如果未集成在一起,它们也会引起混乱。提供无缝的体验和信息流动的多通道通信开发已导致全渠道通信。& H. k% M( b; V% P: A9 O! }2 ~
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: L* @  T, u  I, T1 }' T1 QThe purpose of the service desk practice is to capture demand for incident resolution and service requests. It should also be the entry point and single point of contact for the service provider for all users.
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Note: In some organizations, the main purpose of the service desk practice is establishing an effective communication interface between a service provider and its users, with incidents and service requests being just two subjects of communication. In these organizations, the purpose of this practice could be: to establish an effective entry point and single point of contact with all users; to capture demand for incident resolution and service requests. Organizations can and should adjust the practice purpose statements and the other recommendations of ITIL according to their objectives and circumstances.' [) S- s; Z' R3 F# E  a, ^: _; W
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As with any practice, this practice addresses all four dimensions of service management.
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* t8 w6 T3 A" C: \' dDimension of service management        Example of service desk practice resources/ l4 y) o6 S2 b. q. G9 X
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Dedicated team, sometimes known as service desk
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Workflows and procedures for communications with users
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% ~# E; Y6 }" g- z( I/ b& ?" NPartners and suppliers        Involved third parties, in some cases known as service desk
2 j: }" w" X% m( v0 B; u: fThe term ‘service desk’ can refer to various types and groups of resources. For instance, in many organizations the service desk is recognized as a function or a team of people. As with any team, the service desk team may be involved in the activities of several practices. These may include service desk, incident management, service request management, problem management, service configuration management, relationship management practices, and others.
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1 c. T( ^9 ~' t1 g' kThis practice guide describes the service desk practice. When other teams, software tools, or other processes are discussed, it is clearly indicated.; d' d4 z7 O  S( Z

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2.2.1        Communication channels
( k8 E5 D+ g; I5 p% O  _The service desk practice involves establishing effective and convenient communication channels between users and the service provider. Usually, there are multiple channels and a need for effective channel integration to provide seamless, convenient user experience.
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In some cases, communication channels are used to communicate emotions and feeling as well as factual data. When this is the case, the service provider should promote service empathy. This often requires a human interface, such as a phone call or face-to-face
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. L) L, y: C4 c2 PThe characteristics outlined in Table 2.2 are similar to the characteristics usually used to assess and manage the quality of information, such as: availability, reliability, accessibility, timeliness, accuracy, and relevance. It is important to note that information quality can depend on communication quality; other information characteristics depend on the information sources and relevant parties.
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Multiple channels are often used for communications between a service provider and its users. Multichannel communications may be convenient, but they can also introduce confusion if they are not integrated. The development of multichannel communications to provide seamless experience and information flow has led to omnichannel communications.
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Unified communications across multiple channels based on sharing information across the channels and providing a seamless communication experience.
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