Cloud Adoption and Risk Report

Hard data on the top cloud services and their risks

The average company uses 897 cloud services, which is more than 10 times more than IT expects. Employee-led cloud adoption is transforming the enterprise, and the average person now uses 27 cloud apps regularly. In the 6th quarterly cloud report, we review the trends that shaped cloud adoption in 2014, the top 20 enterprise cloud services, the top 20 consumer services making inroads in the enterprise, and the fastest growing services.

What makes this report unique is that we base on our findings on anonymized usage data for over 15 million users, not surveys. For the first time, we’ve quantified the problem of stolen login credentials, revealing a worldwide black market where credentials belonging to 92% of companies are for sale. In this report, we also detail the amount of sensitive data uploaded to the cloud and with whom it is shared, and the top 10 most popular cloud services that don’t encrypt data at rest.

Cloud Adoption & Risk Report Q4 2014

Based on data from over 15 million users, our report has become the de facto data source for statistics on cloud adoption and risk. Download the latest report to read insightful analysis related to cloud service use and implications for your organization.

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Cloud Adoption & Risk Report Q4 2014

Cloud Adoption & Risk in Europe Q4 2014

Relying on anonymized usage data from over 2 million users in Europe, find out the top cloud services in use in Europe, and an update on how may cloud services meet requirements under European data privacy laws.

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Cloud Adoption & Risk in Europe Q4 2014

Cloud Adoption & Risk in Government Q4 2014

The first-ever report on how public sector organizations are using the cloud, including the number of cloud services the average organization uses, the top cloud apps, and the enforcement gap between intended and actual block rates.

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Cloud Adoption & Risk in Government Q4 2014

The Dark Side of the Web

The average person uses 27 cloud apps and 12% of people have stolen login credentials for sale on the dark web. Find out more in the slide share below.