From Shadow IT to Visibility and Control
You know the story - the cloud is the answer to everything IT. But what about risk, compliance, governance, and smart business management? Does your organization have the visibility and control you need to manage risk, ensure cloud governance, and reduce costs?
Cloud File Storage is 75% less costly than on premise.
Faster Deployment &
Lower Perceived TCO
Top 2 reasons for SaaS selection over on premise (Gartner Oct, 2012)
Add servers in minutes.
Test and deploy new business apps without delays.
WW Cloud Spending
- Cloud growing
- 4 x Faster
- than IT overall
WW CAGR Cloud IT Spend
"...The Cloud is part of a larger IT industry transformation (along with mobile, wireless, social and big data). The last time the industry went through a major growth platform shift was around 25 years ago with the advent of the PC (and related technologies)" (Source IDC, Oct 2012)
Infrastructure, Platform, Storage, CRM,
ERP, Accounting and Financial, Billing...
While Gartner reports that 79% of enterprises use SaaS and that Cloud is the top priority for CIOs, the number one barrier to broader adoption, according to Morgan Stanley, is security (cited by 42% of respondents). Add to that concerns over compliance and cost management, and it is clear that the market is young and evolving.
IT was once the main provider and gatekeeper of applications, devices, and network access. However, today a Shadow IT environment hangs over every organization as end users adopt new cloud services, accessing them from anywhere on any device, often without IT approval or any other governance.
We’ve studied this existence of Shadow IT and the results are startling:
Shadow IT Cloud Usage is at LEAST 10x The Size of Known Cloud Usage
Take a look (Skyhigh Discovery Summary, Q42012-Q12013)
Unfortunately, legacy management and security products just don’t have the visibility to find,
understand, or control cloud service usage and risk, leaving IT flying blind.
What if you could:
Wouldn’t you be the hero then!
That’s why we built Skyhigh.