Is Shadow IT Putting You at Risk?

| August 18, 2016

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How many cloud applications and services do your employees use every day? How much of it does your IT department actually know about? Chances are, IT is unaware of more than you think. Research from Cisco finds that, on average, CIOs estimate their organization is using only 51 cloud services, while the actual number is closer to 730. That means your IT department – the people who plan your technology roadmap and manage your data, technology and applications to ensure optimal uptime, performance, security and compliance – is managing less than 10 percent of your cloud footprint. The remaining 90 percent runs under-the-radar. Known as “Shadow IT,” it’s creating big risks for enterprises.

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