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Now on Now
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ServiceNow and The Prince's Trust help young people Workflow their future
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Solving the problem of declining UK productivity
ServiceNow tech traineeship: changing the narrative for refugees
25 March 2021
It comes as no surprise to most that UK companies are currently facing a massive digital skills shortage, and the past year has only served to intensify the issue.
With all sectors forced to digitise rapidly due to the pandemic, more than 70% of businesses are finding themselves critically short of the digitally skilled workers they need in order to remain competitive.
But demand is fast outstripping supply from traditional talent avenues; there are simply not enough computer science graduates or candidates from traditional pools to fill the vast number of roles required.
It's time for us all to think differently about who can fill the digital skills gap – and at ServiceNow, our NextGen Programme is doing just that.
19 February 2021
Vaccinating the world’s population against the novel coronavirus is a daunting task. Converting vaccines into vaccinations is one of the biggest logistical challenges that humanity has ever faced. And it’s perhaps the most significant workflow challenge of our lifetime.
Vaccine delivery is a classic “last mile” problem. Scientists developed effective COVID-19 vaccines in less than a year, compared to eight years or more for standard drug development. That’s an amazing feat, but even the best vaccine is useless if you can’t close that last-mile gap by administering it quickly, safely, and at scale for people.
How ServiceNow is prepared for Brexit – and beyond
23 February 2021
It’s hard to believe that nearly half a decade has passed since the Brexit referendum of 2016. On 24 December, 2020, after years of negotiation, the United Kingdom and the European Union finally signed an agreement governing their separation. We finally have some clarity about the UK’s future relationship with the EU, although some aspects will remain open or somewhat vague in the short term.