To manage a multi-SaaS environment, IT turns to what they know best: automation. But not all automation is created equal. With compliance and government regulations becoming a bigger issue each day, ad hoc scripts and end-user automation tools will no longer cut it.
Automation seems like the easy solution for managing SaaS apps as your organization scales. But the right long-term solution goes much deeper than simply automating tasks. Here’s what IT needs to do in order to manage a multi-SaaS environment effectively and move up the value chain.
IT professionals today are faced with too much sprawling SaaS data and too many noisy alerts. You might have a lot of intelligence floating around, but rarely is it actionable or meaningful. Creating true operational intelligence out of this endless stream of data and alerts–across multiple SaaS apps–is crucial. Here’s why.
Google Cloud Next ’17 offered a window into some of the brightest minds in tech, but what does it all mean for your organization?
As your organization grows, the amount of SaaS application data will also multiply by leaps and bounds. But what does this really mean for your IT team? Here are the hidden implications you need to be thinking about.
The increasing adoption of SaaS brings with it new management challenges, like correctly granting privileges across multiple SaaS apps. Here’s why accurately assigning SaaS privileges is critical for running a high-performing IT organization.
IT admins working for companies that use Slack must know that it requires significant IT administration, especially if it’s housing sensitive company data.
Meet BetterCloud’s new Chief Business Strategy Officer, Shreyas Sadalgi. He sat down to discuss the emerging challenges in the enterprise IT world, his vision and product strategy for BetterCloud, and why companies should want to partner with a multi-SaaS management platform like BetterCloud.
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.
Phishing your own employees, fixing IT and HR’s marriage of inconvenience, communicating IT concepts to non-IT people, and more: Here’s a look back at our most popular longform content pieces from 2016. These are the best of the best–the ones that resonated the most with you. We hope you enjoy.