As the COVID-19 outbreak unfolds, and companies are finding themselves thrust into a distributed workforce, IT is at the forefront of enabling this “new normal.” And we want you to know: we’re here for you. Lean on us. We’ve been through a lot together, and that’s not about to change. We’d like to help.
We’re seeing an unprecedented shift to remote work, which brings new challenges for IT. Here are a few easy ways BetterCloud can help IT enable remote work, so you can keep your employees productive and secure. We hope these tips can help you build a successful, secure remote work culture that withstands crises and beyond.
Here at BetterCloud, we fundamentally believe that enabling productivity should not be at odds with securing your organization’s most sensitive data. And starting today, they don’t have to be. We are proud to announce the release of Content Scanning. BetterCloud’s Content Scanning bolsters your data protection strategy and gives IT teams the power to secure files and sensitive information across SaaS applications, without inhibiting employee productivity.
How do you manage and secure tens of millions of interactions in the digital workplace? Start protecting your SaaS data with this SaaSOps action plan.
Some interactions in the digital workplace are far riskier or more important than others. But how do you know which ones really matter to you? Here are 13 things to think about when classifying interactions.
See for yourself why two core tenets of SaaSOps—file security and least privilege—are notoriously tough to tackle.
When it comes to SaaSOps security, here are the three categories of interactions to think about.
SaaSOps calls for new operational controls and processes to protect SaaS data. Here’s why.
At the heart of SaaSOps is the concept of user interactions—i.e., how people are using SaaS apps, which is what IT must ultimately secure. Here’s a quick dive into user interactions.
I’m thrilled to announce the release of my second book, The IT Leader’s Guide to SaaSOps (Volume 2): How to Secure Your SaaS Applications. First and foremost, I wrote it for our customers. Here’s why.