“This file is locked for editing.” “Who just joined the call?” “Are we talking about v2Final.doc or v2FinalFINAL-1.doc?” If these phrases sound familiar in your workplace, this article is a must-read. There’s a much better way to work, and we need to stop passing the buck.
On a recent episode of The Twenty Minute VC podcast, I had the opportunity to share my perspective on startup culture, fundraising stages, and what VCs really mean when they say, “Stay in touch.” You can listen to the episode here. I hope you enjoy it.
Centralize. Automate. Govern. These are foundational elements of the new BetterCloud, now the first-ever unified SaaS management (USM) platform. BetterCloud has undergone a two-year, total reconstruction to address the challenges IT faces in the age of the SaaS-Powered Workplace.
Today, we are thrilled to announce several significant enhancements to BetterCloud Workflows, our core technology that enables IT and security teams to orchestrate critical, complex processes to ensure accuracy, precision, and compliance across SaaS applications.
Today, we are introducing our newest core technology: Workflows. (Think IFTTT for IT.) Workflows enables IT and security teams to orchestrate critical, complex processes to ensure accuracy, precision, and compliance across SaaS applications.
We’ve reached a tipping point. IT is no longer a cost center. Now, IT professionals are impact players for every modern business, and that’s part of the reason why 2016 is the start of what we call: The Golden Age of IT.
The BetterCloud Monitor is the evolution and fusion of our three media properties: The Gooru, 365 Ninja, and the BetterCloud blog.
The 2016 State of Cloud IT Report is the most in-depth research we’ve ever produced. More than 40,000 people have read the report in its entirety.
Enterprise technology is ripe with innovation due to the “as-a-service” phenomenon. But what does that mean for the IT industry in 2016?
Ten years ago, the cloud wasn’t a tech term. It just wasn’t. Today, it’s hard to have a conversation about the future of technology and not mention it. When Marc …