Outside of IT, many employees don’t understand the ROI of orchestrating/automating offboarding. This list will help you explain the benefits to anyone.
Whether it’s an ex-employee stealing company data, compliance violations, excessive costs, or productivity loss, improper offboarding threatens organizations of all sizes and in all industries. Thankfully, IT experts have developed best practices over the years to identify and eliminate those threats before they occur.
BetterCloud, combined with Okta, helps VC firm First Round Capital orchestrate around 90% of the employee offboarding process. With more than $700mm under management, data simply cannot be publicly exposed and offboarding must happen almost immediately. Here’s how Ryan Donnon, IT and data manager at First Round Capital, ensures data security across multiple SaaS applications during offboarding in “thirty seconds.”
When was the last time you took an honest look at your offboarding process? With data sprawl out of control, an ever increasing number of SaaS applications, and a workforce that’s quick to move on to the next gig, offboarding has become an organizational nightmare.
If you think the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) doesn’t affect you, think again. The regulation will impact operations for companies all around the world. However, it’s not all bad. There is a silver lining for IT.
Historically, there’s been a tug-of-war between IT and other departments when it comes to control over applications. However, IT is regaining control and coming full circle. One IT veteran with 30+ years of experience shares his insight on how history is repeating itself. What did these shifts in control mean for IT in the past, and what will it mean for IT in the future?
Have you heard the news? Amazon is interested in potentially buying Slack for $9 billion. Many people seem bewildered by this, but it actually makes perfect sense. Here’s why.
To manage a multi-SaaS environment, IT turns to what they know best: automation. But not all automation is created equal. With compliance and government regulations becoming a bigger issue each day, ad hoc scripts and end-user automation tools will no longer cut it.
The average data breach costs $4 million. That’s the cost of complacency. But it won’t happen to you, right?
Transparency: Everyone wants it, but few companies actually do it right. From day one, our CEO David Politis set out to create radical transparency at BetterCloud. Now, five years later, he reflects on what he’s learned. Here’s what it takes to be truly radically transparent, along with the unexpected benefits and challenges that accompany it.