Our latest Cloud Adoption & Risk Report is here! It’s the first and most comprehensive report of its kind. What makes this report unique is that it is based on findings from actual usage data from over 30 million users worldwide. In this report, we identify the types of sensitive data stored in cloud services, how that data is shared within organizations and with outside partners, and how risky employee behavior can expose data.Download Now
We analyzed cloud usage data from Skyhigh Cloud Access Security Broker for over 27 million users working at over 600 enterprises. These enterprises span all major industries worldwide. We compared usage in Q3 2015 with that in Q2 2016 to assess the growth of Office 365 over the past three quarters.Download Now
Our latest EU cloud report is here. Relying on anonymized usage data from over 3 million users in Europe, this is the definitive cloud adoption and risk report on how European organisations use sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud services.Download Now
Based on anonymized data from over 3.7 million financial service employees, this is the only report on how employees at banks, insurance companies, credit unions, credit card companies, and investment funds, are using the cloud, including incidence of insider threats and number of stolen login credentials. We also detail the top 20 enterprise and consumer cloud services in use in finance.Download Now
Based on anonymized data from over 1.6 million healthcare employees, this is the only report on how healthcare organizations are using the cloud, including the number of cloud services the average organization uses, the top cloud apps, and the number of compromised account credentials for healthcare employees.Download Now
The average company uses 1,154 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 28 cloud apps regularly. In the 8th quarterly cloud report, we cover the top 20 enterprise cloud services, the top 20 consumer services making inroads in the enterprise, the fastest growing services, and the top 10 high-risk cloud services your company may want to block.
What makes this report unique is that we base on our findings on anonymized usage data for over 17 million users, rather than surveys that ask people to self-report their behavior. For the first time, we’ve quantified how companies connect to business partners via the cloud – the type of partners that attackers exploited in the $148 million Target breach. We also detail an emerging class of cloud service hyperconnectors and well-connected “super partners” that are driving the cloud economy, as well as the riskiest types of partners that need closer attention.
Our report has also found that Office 365 is now the most used cloud service at enterprises, overtaking Salesforce. Despite concerns around cloud security, Office 365 security does not seem to be holding back companies from rapidly adopting Microsoft’s cloud offering.