Reflect on 2020 and hear from ServiceNow leaders as they discuss some of the most significant trends of the year – from cybersecurity to customer and employee experiences – when the global health crisis is creating new realities for all of us. Take a fresh look at the trends shaping what’s next in the workplace.
Today’s cybercriminals are tenacious, well‑funded, and smart. And as the severity of cyberattacks increases, enterprise organizations find that they are not adequately equipped to prevent criminals from exploiting attack vectors—resources are simply spread too thinly.
Without having the ability to prioritize vulnerabilities, automate processes end to end, and deploy patches in a timely manner, your organization may be at risk—all likely due to patchable issues. Gain valuable insights into the cost‑effective steps you can take right now to expand your visibility and take a more proactive approach to security.
Join the Ponemon Institute and ServiceNow for insights on:
Trends in the threat landscape, along with current gaps in how patch management is handled today, and industry maturity in solution deployment
Best practices to follow to help prevent the next breach from affecting your organization
The webinar is hosted by:
Dr. Larry Ponemon, Ponemon Institute
Jonathan Walker, Lead Vulnerability Response Architect, ServiceNow
Forrester predicts the adoption of AI and automation will increase in customer service and unlock more efficient operations and new revenue streams—all while offering better customer experiences as well. Does this include your organization?
Hear from our guest Kate Leggett, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester, as she shares three customer service megatrends for 2020; something all customer service leaders should hear. Key takeaways include:
How automation and AI now serve as the customer service foundation
Why your organization must produce superagents—supported by AI
Steps to rethinking and improving your customer service culture
Featuring Kate Leggett, VP, Principal Analyst, Forrester.
New research from an exclusive ServiceNow® survey revealed that while most employees were enthusiastic about their new roles and had a positive first few weeks, only 63% of the respondents continued to be enthusiastic about their current positions and companies today—that’s an astounding 22% drop.
Why is that? According to the study, both big and small moments in between matter a great deal to employees. Many complained that only:
54% of employers allowed smartphone access to HR employee tools
33% of employers made it easy to complete paperwork on their mobile device before the employee’s first day
51% of employers made it easy to access a new hire portal and receive their equipment on their first day
Hear from ServiceNow leaders Pat Wadors, chief talent officer, and Chris Bedi, chief information officer, as they review trends from the report and share strategies to improve the employee experience.
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