Public cloud is a cost-effective option for disaster recovery and business continuity, but not all DRaaS solutions deliver the goods
We recently covered the DxContinuum acquisition by ServiceNow. In this story, we get into some of the detail and expectations going forward.
A strong end to 2016 bodes well for a healthy 2017 for ServiceNow as the firm sees multi-product uptake on the rise.
Service management leader ServiceNow is the latest enterprise software vendor to join the ranks of diginomica’s premier partners.
The future of work is automated and intelligent, writes ServiceNow's Philip van der Wilt, who takes a look at the possibilities for the workplace.
Manual processes currently dominate the workplace. ServiceNow is hoping to make these processes more intelligent and efficient.
Dave Yarnold explains what we can expect following GE Digital’s recent $915 million acquisition of ServiceMax.
The Finnish manufacturer plans to put IoT data from elevators, escalators, doors and turnstiles into the hands of service technicians in the field, so that they can respond to maintenance issues more proactively.
ERP customers at a budget crossroads can take a new direction to target investments in innovation around the core, writes Rimini Street's Sebastian Grady
Since we last visited the so-called "IT talent crisis," the world hasn't fallen off a cliff after all. But new reports help to show the across-the-board demand for digital skills, and the jobs that are emerging.
Specialist manufacturer Kyocera SGS Precision Tools focuses on shopfloor innovation while turning to Rimini Street to support its back-office PeopleSoft ERP
The Bank of Ireland was founded more than 200 years ago. It is attempting to adopt a SIAM model to remain flexible in a digital age.
We meet ServiceNow Chief Strategy Officer Dave Wright at the company’s Forum event in London to discuss the future importance of the platform.