In its DevOps 2021 survey of global IT professionals, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) found that 95% of organizations with highly successful DevOps initiatives were predominantly decentralized and purposefully becoming more so as fast as possible (see Figure 1). This decentralization of development and DevOps teams is making site reliability engineering (SRE) both critical and difficult to achieve.
You’ve undoubtedly heard the saying, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” The same idea applies to your IT systems. They’re only as secure as their weakest vulnerability. No organization wants to fall victim to a cyberattack. These three ServiceNow webinars will help prepare you to boost your enterprise IT security and, ultimately, safeguard your business.
The airline industry faces years of uncertainty as the world recovers from the impact of COVID-19. Airlines will focus on operational efficiency and the means to adapt quickly to changing circumstances and new opportunities. Passengers may be required to carry a vaccine passport, most likely a digital solution, which could bring a host of data security complexity. For these reasons and more, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) aspires to be a digital-first airline.
The pandemic made Zoom ubiquitous. Everyone from preschoolers to CEOs use it to meet with others. Much of what we used to do by walking down the aisle, boarding a plane, or entering a classroom can now be handled on a Zoom call. Remote work has given rise to another trend: the fear of missing out (FOMO). At many companies, employees move from one Zoom meeting to another, forcing them to choose between Zoom fatigue and FOMO.
Project managers are the link between programmers and designers and between sales and customers. As such, project managers have to understand the importance of efficient, automated business processes and be comfortable dealing with people. At Germany-based global IT services and consulting company T-Systems, we take project management seriously. That's why we have a dedicated project management committee and 1,700 full-time project managers.
March 11, 2020. Does that date ring a bell? For many, it won’t soon be forgotten. It’s the day when many companies across the globe closed their doors to keep workers safe from the pandemic. ServiceNow employees were told, “Be safe and go home.” This marked the official beginning of our work-from-home experience, one that turned our work lives—and many personal lives—upside down.
In an age when customers voice their dissatisfaction by ranting on social media or quietly taking their business to a competitor, it’s more important than ever to keep them engaged with—and coming back to—your brand. At ServiceNow, we’re committed to helping you workflow a better customer experience. Learn practical, attainable ways to engage your customers through these four webinars.
As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more business leaders are focused on preparing for future crises. This is driving a workflow revolution as companies strive to stay both agile and resilient. Against that backdrop, ServiceNow Chief Innovation Officer Dave Wright facilitated a panel of experts from the public sector, healthcare, and technology industries.