Thursday August 6, 2020

A work anywhere policy brings Servicenow data centre to Dublin

US multinational work-management services firm will serve its European market with increased capacity in Ireland

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
26th July, 2020
Mark Cockerill, vice-president of legal and head of global privacy at Servicenow

Servicenow, a US multinational tech company, is increasing its data centre capacity in Ireland to deal with increased demand during the pandemic. The business, which specialises in work management services, is developing a new data centre in Dublin as well as one in Newport in Wales.

“As a company, we’re continuing to hire worldwide during the pandemic,” Mark Cockerill, vice-president of legal and head of global privacy at Servicenow, said.

“Digital...

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