This week, we’re back with Product Tip Tuesday to talk about Content Scanning for personally identifiable information (PII). End users have the ability to create content with sensitive data, but it’s difficult for IT admins to get visibility into where that data lives—or worse, if it’s being shared publicly or externally. Learn how BetterCloud’s Content Scanning helps admins get insight into what documents their end users are sharing and if they contain any sensitive PII.
In light of yesterday’s news that dozens of companies inadvertently leaked sensitive data due to misconfigured Box accounts, we have a special Product Tip Tuesday: Box Edition. Many users share Box files and folders publicly without realizing the security implications. Fortunately, BetterCloud has a solution to help manage and secure your Box files and folders at scale.
Welcome back to another Product Tip Tuesday! We have yet another customer favorite for you: secure file sharing in Dropbox. This feature allows for greater visibility into your data; you can set up alerts so you know exactly when a file is shared publicly, externally, or even internally and take steps to remediate if necessary.
Here at BetterCloud, we’ve been working hard to answer the feature requests you’ve told us are important to you. We’re thrilled to announce eight enhancements that we released earlier this month at Altitude, our annual customer conference, in Denver.
Last week, we hosted Altitude, our annual customer summit, in Denver, Colorado. It was our best customer summit yet, with over 140 IT and security professionals attending. Thirty speakers from all over the country gave insights and tips on security automation, SaaS management efficiency, and the future of IT and technology. Missed it? No worries. Here are six key takeaways from the conference.
You spoke, we listened. At our annual customer conference last year, the number one feature you requested was activity-based alerts. These are alerts for things like suspicious user logins or the downloading of confidential files. So we built it. So far we’ve released alerts for Okta, Dropbox, and G Suite, with more on the way for Box, Salesforce, and Microsoft. Activity-based alerts are the next frontier for companies securing mission critical SaaS apps. Here’s how they give IT more control and insights than ever before.