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The term “triage” refers to the process by which service managers rank the status of IT structures in priority, and sort them based on their need for immediate
by which service managers rank the status of IT structures in priority, and sort them based on their need for immediate action. In today’s environment, this process is very cumbersome and time-consuming. Thus, in order to effectively manage IT infrastructures, service manager need tools that allow them to make assessments in real time.
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