As we enter the new year of 2021, tune in to hear from ServiceNow leaders and learn about new ways to unlock innovation at work to manage change with instant agility, with this month’s two-part blog series.
Enterprise organizations rely on intelligent monitoring of their growing digital service footprint for visibility. And IT operations must monitor applications, users, containers, and even serverless computing to ensure healthy services. But what’s the best way to cut through all the event noise and simply focus on resolving issues faster?
Join our upcoming webinar and learn AIOps best practices. You’ll hear from National Air Traffic Services (NATS) UK and ServiceNow IT Operations experts on their journey in reducing resolution times to critical services. Our topics will cover how to:
Intelligently identify anomalies that can impact critical services
Aggregate events and intelligence from multiple sources into one platform for faster resolution
Gain complete understanding of your service performance in a dashboard
Remediate issues with automated workflows
Hosted by Jamie Mead (NATS) along with Joe Corpion and Thangavel Viswam (ServiceNow).
Intelligent Privacy Automation – The future of data privacy
Growing privacy concerns and emerging data privacy laws, such as the CCPA and GDPR, require organizations to not only know the location and usage of all personal data, but operationalize their privacy policies and accommodate a timely response to data access requests, too. But how can you ensure you’re always in compliance?
The EY Intelligent Privacy Automation (IPA) platform tailors its industry‑preferred practices into a seamless process to simplify data privacy requests, automate and manage fulfilment, and provide access to accurate, timely data.
Join our webinar. Learn how the EY IPA platform, powered by ServiceNow, can help you:
Operationalize compliance to leading data privacy regulations
Centralize, automate, and scale data privacy governance and policy compliance
Provide a unified, more automated approach response to how personal data is used and retained
Joe Young, EY Americas, Business Development Executive
Angela Saverice‑Rohan, EY Americas Data Privacy Leader
Until now, CIOs have been primarily focused on maintaining operations. But as their organizations shift to digital transformation, so are their priorities. They are moving towards becoming a value generator for the business—which requires automating work to empower innovation.
As with any plan, there must be a strategy to set everything in motion. The key areas of improvement that deliver high business outcomes include reducing risk of unplanned work, elevating customer and employee experiences, and increasing intelligence.
Watch our webinar to learn how ServiceNow® customers are unlocking value at every stage and opening doors for innovation. You’ll hear:
Recent CIO research findings on their key priorities
Customer benefits realized at every stage of value generation
Customer examples with proof points
A roadmap for success in digital transformation
Digital transformation is changing how organizations think about completing work. Increasingly, the focus is shifting from individual projects to a product-based approach—one where all development efforts are part of a planned lifecycle. This creates both opportunities and challenges that must be managed effectively.
Watch our webinar as we discuss:
Understanding this paradigm shift and what it means for your organization
Developing the ability to successfully shift to a product-based development approach
Delivering a sustainable environment that is a catalyst for innovation, growth and success
Andy Jordan, president, Roffensian Consulting S.A.
Doug Page, senior principal product manager, ITBM, ServiceNow
Jim Tisch, senior product marketing manager, ITBM, ServiceNow
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