ServiceNow research finds uncertainty over disruption readiness

Survey finds most employees and execs think IT could adapt to another major event but many do not have integrated systems to manage digital workflows

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
29th November, 2020
ServiceNow research finds uncertainty over disruption readiness
In Ireland, 79 per cent of employees think IT could adapt to another major business disruption within a month

In Ireland, 79 per cent of employees think IT could adapt to another major business disruption within a month, compared with 66 per cent globally. Just 32 per cent of executives here believe this to be the case, however, compared with 61 per cent globally, research from ServiceNow shows.

Ireland is one of only two countries in the study where human resources captured support from a majority from both audiences, with 52 per cent per cent of executives and...

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