Altitude 2019 was our biggest and best customer conference yet. But it was pretty unique this year—there were a lot of firsts. If you missed it, here are nine key highlights and takeaways.
Featuring survey data from 500 IT and security professionals, our most comprehensive report yet reveals the state of insider threats in 2019.
2018 was a momentous year for us: 18 major product releases, $60M in funding, and more. Here’s a look back at all the highlights.
If you read our newsletter last week, you saw that we held a contest just for BetterCloud Monitor readers. In the quest to make our first ever Monitor T-shirts, we designed four tongue-in-cheek tees (all IT-themed), and we let readers vote for their favorite one. We said that whichever design won, we’d print. And the winner is….
Well, Google Cloud Next ‘18 is a wrap! If you missed it last week, here are some highlights from a panel called “Securing G Suite and Beyond: Tales from the Trenches” that we thought would be particularly relevant to our audience. The panel explored security topics that are top of mind right now for many modern IT professionals: How have security needs evolved, and what are the biggest concerns moving forward? What important lessons have people learned? Here are five key takeaways, along with some tips and best practices the panelists shared.
Our annual customer conference, Altitude, is happening October 2-4 in Denver, Colorado. We promise it’s unlike any other IT conference you’ve been to. “It says a lot about Altitude that the second I got the email about this year’s conference, I pretty much said, ‘Yeah, of course I’m going to go again,’ said Bjorn Pave, senior director of IT at PopSugar. He shared what makes Altitude a really “rad” IT conference — what he enjoyed the most, his major takeaways, and why attendees are guaranteed to get something out of it.
It’s that time of year again! Our annual customer summit, Altitude, will be held October 2-4 in Denver, Colorado this year. Altitude isn’t like most IT conferences. Here’s what makes it unique — and why you can’t miss it this year.
Dropbox provides plenty of flexibility to collaborate on and streamline work, but end users and admins can do and see things you might not be aware of. For example, end users can create public links to entire folders. Admins can sign in as any user and view sensitive information. To minimize security risk and exposure, here are five blind spots you should know about.
There are seemingly a million security threats and exposures everywhere today. So where do you start? In a recent webinar, our founder and CEO David Politis explained what the new security frontier is and why IT must start paying attention to it. He also revealed the top three concerns 1,500+ IT professionals have around managing SaaS apps and offered actionable tips for mitigating them.
In Slack, end users and admins can do (and view) some things that might surprise you. From creating public links to files to inviting external users to any public channels, here are five blind spots that you should be aware of.