Cloud Security Software-as-a-Service Solution Primer

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Download There is absolutely no doubt that enterprises are adopting cloud applications using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model. In fact, recent reports from two leading cloud access security broker (CASB) vendors, Netskope and Skyhigh Networks, both show an astounding average number of applications in use in the enterprise. According to the Netskope February 2016 Worldwide Cloud Report, the average enterprise now has about 917 total cloud applications in use. Skyhigh Networks reports an even higher average in their Q4 2015 Cloud Adoption Risk Report, with an average number of 1,154 cloud services in use. Download this solution primer to learn more.

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