I've been reading articles about IT Operations and COVID-19. West Monroe, a consulting firm founded by four former Arthur Anderson folks, put together a set of recommendations. They cover both short term for the current crisis and long-term to be prepared for future situations.
They also have a poll: How Organizations are Responding During the COVID-19 Market Crisis that I found informative.
The item I found confirmed thoughtful reactions is that there is something more important than cutting expenses for one-third of organizations.
Remote working has reached a tipping point: The top priority for more than one-third is managing a remote workforce (ahead of cutting expenses). And 42% said the crisis will fundamentally alter their organization's approach to remote working in the long term.