Choosing a new SaaS tool means combing through lists of dozens (dozens!) of similar apps, and it can be hard to tell which is the right one for the job. As an IT admin there’s a lot more to consider than just “Does this get the job done?” when evaluating a new or replacement SaaS tool. Today’s IT organizations have to deal with an incredible number of applications to administer and secure, on top of our more traditional tasks. And yet, IT admins are still very much needed to help evaluate SaaS applications before purchase. So how do we do this? And more importantly, how do we make this a sustainable, scalable process?
As the leader in SaaSOps, we created the 2020 SaaSOps Buyer’s Guide to help you understand how a SaaSOps tool is the perfect complement to your new environment and what to consider when purchasing a SaaSOps solution. This guide also helps you better understand the value a SaaSOps solution adds to your current technology stack and how to build a business case for a solution.
Getting a handle on SaaSOps? Looking to become a SaaSOps Star? This glossary is the place to deepen your understanding of the basic components of SaaSOps. Learn all the terms, phrases, and acronyms that you need to know as a SaaSOps professional.
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.