More than 400 respondents in 23 industries across the globe agree: managing reputational risk is crucial to their business, and managing IT risk is a major part of their efforts.
Learn what these respondents are doing — and what they’re overlooking — in the 2012 IBM Global Reputational Risk and IT study report. This report includes:
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How Technical Support can shape the reputation and value of your company
Based on the findings of the “Reputational risk and IT” study, it came out that executives identified Technical Support (68 percent) as an IT function where reputational risks are high.
A number of best practices for improving reputational risk management have been identified with top of the list “Be proactive rather than reactive”.
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Take 5 minutes to complete our open web survey on reputational risk and IT. Not only will you be adding your insights to those of other participants, you can also use the survey’s questions to evaluate your own reputational risk management efforts. When you complete the survey, you’ll automatically receive a complimentary analysis in early 2013 of what promises to be one of the biggest reputational risk surveys ever.
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