Shadow IT: How To Avoid App Disasters

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IT professionals today are familiar with Shadow IT: business users empowered by no-code/low-code solutions to spin up apps to meet an immediate need. While these apps may help departments quickly solve a single problem, they can create considerable headaches for IT organizations. For starters, app sprawl is a serious security concern. In addition, there’s rarely consideration given to compliance, interoperability, and other processes going into crafting apps to serve the business. On the flipside, users are going rogue due to the lengthy processes and potential roadblocks they face in working with IT to get apps delivered when they need them most. Overburdened IT teams back-burner apps that aren’t broad business priorities, even those that dramatically improve productivity.

Join us as we explore the challenges and benefits of democratizing app development.

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