Ah, home-grown legacy applications; the slow, often buggy, annoyance that no one wants to deal with, and yet everyone does.
When you think of corporate wellness, do you envision a happier tribe - tough-mudding, ballroom dancing, and crane-kicking their way to Karate championships? Your team might not feel the same way.
What happens when you build an IT system that doesn't contribute to your business? Nothing. No one uses it, and the part of the business it was intended to improve remains stagnant (as does your investment).
Hi there, My name is John. I’m going to help you make better choices when implementing ServiceNow, because when you plan for months - and reallocate your IT budget around a new ITSM cloud system - it better work.
Your Conference. Your Way. That’s a big promise considering there’s 15,000 of you attending Knowledge17. They’re not wrong, though. Whether you’re attending Knowledge17 to up your ITOM game, automate your HR service delivery, or seek answers to manage digital transformation, you can absolutely make the most out of the ServiceNow conference.
The “biggest secret” to improving our health is!? It’s…it’s diet and exercise. But that bacon cheese burger just…looks…so… What were we talking about? Ah yes, health!
Have you ever experienced this? Vendor before project: “Absolutely, we’ll do that at this price. No worries. Of course we can get it done on time!”
Cloud adoption has been…well…we’re not really sure how it’s been going. The hype is strong. Read any tech news from the past five years and you’ll find the line, “everything is moving to the cloud.” Synonymous with digital transformation, cloud adoption seems to be a major initiative for most mid-to-large companies.
Show of hands. Who likes to be recognized for their work? Recognition makes us feel all gooey inside, both when we're the recipient, and when we place the spotlight on others. I love to recognize my team for the work they do. It’s even better when a customer gets there first. They’ll mention a major cost-saving benefit and I’ll bring up the person on my team responsible for the idea and vision.
The idea of developing universal mobile apps came out in, what, 2008? Here we are nine years later and we’re still riddled with “double.” Two major operating systems, two coding languages, double the effort and double the expense to build an app that caters to all users and devices. Good news, everyone. There’s a proven shared codebase.