Last month we hosted Altitude 2017, our annual customer summit, in Austin, Texas. Altitude was an IT conference like no other, and it was easily the best one we’ve ever had. Over 100 of the brightest minds in IT gathered together to define today’s best practices, collaborate on management strategies, sing karaoke, and, yes, race armadillos. These are the top nine takeaways—here’s what we learned during the two-day event.
Are you tired of running queries by hand, tracking issues in a spreadsheet, and performing searches natively across multiple apps? Here’s how automating policy enforcement through BetterCloud can enhance security and streamline operations.
In the modern workplace, SaaS creates new, unprecedented challenges for IT. Here’s why IT needs a framework to address those challenges and help solve them.
We wrote the book on SaaS management—literally. We’re thrilled to announce the publication of Controlling Your SaaS Environment: A Six-Part Framework for Effectively Managing and Securing SaaS Applications.
With over 50 new features and enhancements released to date (highlights here), recognition from Gartner in the first-ever Market Guide for Cloud Office Management Tools, and a mention at the top of Forbes’ Billion-Dollar Startups list, 2017 has been a watershed year for BetterCloud.
Gartner has recognized a brand new market category around the emerging set of challenges faced by IT operations teams in SaaS-Powered Workplaces, just as they did for managing PCs and Macs (endpoint management), and managing mobile devices (mobile device management aka MDM/EMM). This is a watershed moment in the SaaS industry.
This week, Forbes released its third annual list of billion-dollar startups. BetterCloud is proud to be included in this prestigious list of 25 up and coming companies for 2017.
Managing one instance of a SaaS application is already difficult; managing multiple instances, doubly so. Not only are the tasks even more monotonous and repetitive (think: Groundhog Day), but IT must manage and secure substantially more data. Here are five new ways IT can combat those challenges and manage multiple instances much more effectively.
IT conferences might conjure up images of dull panels and awkward meet and greets. But Altitude 2017, our upcoming IT conference (Oct. 24-25 in Austin, Texas) is not your typical tech event. Here are five reasons why it’s completely different than anything you’ve attended before, and why you should be there.
The vast majority of organizations (74%) feel vulnerable to insider threats, which is why it’s vital to understand the potential consequences and learn from the experiences of others. Only then can executives, IT and security staff, and employees throughout the organization come together to address the problem.