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The advent of the software as a service (SaaS) model has undoubtedly brought along a major paradigm shift in the history of IT — and has become a go-to for many organizations today.
The usage and demand for SaaS have exploded in the last few years. Enterprises, on average, are using hundreds, or even thousands of SaaS applications daily. After all, SaaS models offer unquestionable benefits, like increased flexibility, accessibility, cost savings, productivity gains, and more.
This shift in paradigm, however, has resulted in an exponential increase in complexity for IT and security teams. When you think about it, are you able to even tell the number of SaaS applications your organization uses? Is it 30, 60, 100, or more?
In our latest white paper “Navigating the Complexity of SaaS Management”, we explain why a modern, comprehensive approach to SaaS management — one that challenges what we think we know about the process — can help. You’ll learn:
As SaaS adoption continues to skyrocket, getting deeper visibility into SaaS apps within the organization, uncovering the interconnectivity of SaaS apps, understanding security coverage, configuration, and controlling SaaS spend have become more important than ever. Yet, today, these tasks can feel complicated. Impossible, even.
Without SaaS apps getting the proper security and IT review upfront, numerous risks are introduced:
While processes for managing SaaS may differ from company to company, technologies have emerged to help teams tackle these challenges in isolation. The challenge? Only point solutions exist to address matters of SaaS management, cost optimization, and security. There’s no single comprehensive solution that addresses risk management and business value for SaaS in one place to all stakeholders.
SaaS offers tremendous value to organizations, but businesses need an easier path to rein in SaaS complexity. The way forward? Adopting a comprehensive approach to SaaS management that solves IT, security, risk, and finance teams’ challenges by giving them a single source of truth into every SaaS application.
A modern approach to SaaS management enables stakeholders to:
A comprehensive SaaS management solution that addresses risk management and business value for SaaS in one place for all stakeholders is imperative for business success.
Read our white paper “Navigating the Complexity of SaaS Management ” for a deep dive into the key SaaS challenges and how you can solve them using a modern, comprehensive approach to SaaS management.