At a high level, two thirds of CFOs are "very confident" that their company can create a safe workplace, but employees are wary.
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PwC finds that CEOs are actively considering what the new normal of work looks like after COVID-19. Think remote work, automation and a lot of retooling of work spaces to maintain social distancing.
IT budgets are going to be squeezed. Although IDC is projecting IT spending declines, predicting a bottom is a work in progress.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a lot of technology innovation on the fly, and the lessons learned are likely to stick as the economy starts up again. Here are three interviews with CXOs on how they managed a rapidly changing environment.
CFOs are increasingly concerned that business as usual will be dramatically different following COVID-19. Various enterprise projects are being shelved to save money.
Gartner is scrapping its conferences through August due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is hoping conferences in the fall will continue.
The findings are a notable marker as the novel coronavirus pandemic hits businesses, disrupts supply chains and forces remote work and telecommuting as well as office closures.
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