As 2017 winds down, we’re taking a look back and bringing you the 10 most-read Monitor posts from this year. We’re seeing the usual themes—security, productivity, and how to work better overall—but some new topics popped up this year, like GDPR. Here’s what you enjoyed reading the most in 2017.
Thank you to everyone—our amazing customers, partners, and employees—who made 2017 our best and most memorable year yet. Check out this quick video recap to see the year’s highlights.
There’s a lot of confusion around GPDR, which takes effect May 2018. So this week we hosted a webinar called GDPR Compliance: “Explain Like I’m Five.” Our data privacy expert explained all the essential GDPR concepts and exactly what IT needs to do to make their organizations GDPR compliant. Missed it? Here’s a recap.
Are you tired of running queries by hand, tracking issues in a spreadsheet, and performing searches natively across multiple apps? Here’s how automating policy enforcement through BetterCloud can enhance security and streamline operations.
Ah, the classic build vs. buy conundrum. While building may seem attractive, there are significant costs (both direct and indirect) to it. Hear why one executive says his greatest business/technology failure was building software when they could have bought it, and ask yourself these 11 essential questions before you build an in-house solution.
In the modern workplace, SaaS creates new, unprecedented challenges for IT. Here’s why IT needs a framework to address those challenges and help solve them.
With the explosion of SaaS, we’re seeing the rise of a new function in IT–SaaS ops. There are various monikers for it, but the gist is the same: These individuals and teams are responsible for day-to-day SaaS operations. Here’s a quick look at the types of responsibilities we’re seeing, and why it’s on the rise now. Is your IT team creating a SaaS ops role?
Managing one instance of a SaaS application is already difficult; managing multiple instances, doubly so. Not only are the tasks even more monotonous and repetitive (think: Groundhog Day), but IT must manage and secure substantially more data. Here are five new ways IT can combat those challenges and manage multiple instances much more effectively.
IT conferences might conjure up images of dull panels and awkward meet and greets. But Altitude 2017, our upcoming IT conference (Oct. 24-25 in Austin, Texas) is not your typical tech event. Here are five reasons why it’s completely different than anything you’ve attended before, and why you should be there.
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?