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  1. 1. Moving To the Cloud: Application Strategies and Integration • Thank you for joining us at this FierceLive! Webinar. We will begin momentarily. • The audio will be streamed live over the Internet, so please make sure your computer speakers or headphones are turned on and your volume is turned up. • During the presentations, you can submit your questions in the “Q&A” widget to the right of this screen. The speakers will answer questions at the end of the webinar.Sponsor: Enjoy the presentation!
  2. 2. Moving To the CloudApplication Strategies and Integration
  3. 3. Today’s Hosts IMAGE TBDGrant Shirk Ryan CarlsonEnterprise Product Marketing Director Product MarketingBox Okta
  4. 4. Today’s Discussion • Share the survey results • What’s behind (and what’s hindering) cloud adoption • Who’s doing it right? • Three recommendations to navigate your transitionCONFIDENTIAL ©, Inc. · 409 Sherman Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306 · 1-877-BOX-6736 CONFIDENTIAL
  5. 5. About Our Survey Who’s Moving to the Cloud, and Why? •Short and sweet: 7 questions – What have you moved to the cloud? – What are the barriers to adoption? – How do you manage them? – Name the must-have capabilities for your business •190 responses, across verticals, roles and departmentsCONFIDENTIAL ©, Inc. · 409 Sherman Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306 · 1-877-BOX-6736 CONFIDENTIAL
  6. 6. The Basics: Demographics Representation across the business 27% SMB40%30%20% 42% Mid-size10%0% C-level VP Director Manager None of the Above 30% Enterprise
  7. 7. Three Key Themes Emerged Positive: Conflict: Benefits: Cloud Security End Users Momentum and Identity and ITCONFIDENTIAL ©, Inc. · 409 Sherman Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306 · 1-877-BOX-6736 CONFIDENTIAL
  8. 8. True Cloud Momentum “What applications have you moved to the cloud?” Electronic Signature Other 5% CRM 50% 2% 12% Phone/PBX 7% Accounting/ERP 7% are communication Payroll 9% and collaboration Human Resources 8% Remote Meetings 16% Email 17% 36% File Sharing and Collaboration 17% are operations or line of businessCONFIDENTIAL ©, Inc. · 409 Sherman Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306 · 1-877-BOX-6736 CONFIDENTIAL
  9. 9. What’s Behind the Shift? “For the apps you have moved to the cloud, what are the top two reasons?” Three primary drivers: 43.70% 37.40% • Mobility! 32.10% 26.30% 22.10% • The new office 15.80% 10.50% 7.90% 4.20% • End-user efficiencyCONFIDENTIAL ©, Inc. · 409 Sherman Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306 · 1-877-BOX-6736 CONFIDENTIAL
  10. 10. Despite momentum:two primary barriers to adoption
  11. 11. First, a Paradox: Security “For the apps you have not moved to the cloud, what is the top barrier?” Dont have the right skill set in Other, 3% house, 10% Security is the #1 reason (35%) Security, Data ownership, too (12%) 35%Too busy, 15% Total Cost of The paradox: ultimately, cloud apps can Ownership, 12% be more secure and provide better Data ownership, visibility and oversight 12% Compliance, 8% Data migration, 5%
  12. 12. Second Barrier: Dark Ages of Provisioning“For the apps you have not moved to the cloud, what is the top barrier?”Our surprise:45%of respondents stillprovision manually
  13. 13. The good news:Business is confident in the cloud’s potential
  14. 14. More Productive, More Effective “For cloud administration, what are the two most important features?”New Tools for IT• Automated provisioning• SSO: Driving access to appsSecurity and Oversight• Tying identity to consumption• Securing mobile devices• Visibility and intelligence
  15. 15. So, Who’s Doing it Right? • Public company, social media • Fast employee growth • 20+ SaaS apps now (more soon) • AD used, but not with SaaS appsInconsistent SaaS apps security: Strong security and control:Different password policies for each app Single (strong) password policyNo way to track ex-employee access Automated de-provisioning with audit trailUsers were asking for SSO: Improved IT productivity:Could not remember multiple pwds Reduced provisioning costs by 30%Could not manage dozens of app URLs Saved $87k/year on AD integrations aloneIT resource constraints: Improved end user productivity:AD Integration time/costs were too high Use apps more often; $240k / year benefit
  16. 16. Box gives you secure content collaboration anytime, anywhere, from any device16
  17. 17. Box: Defining Cloud Content Security Data Security Direct Control Encryption, strict policy Promoting customer compliance, and physical control over content, security identity and access Visibility Enterprise Integration Simple, powerful tools to Box is a natural extension monitor access, sharing, of your IT ecosystem and activity in real-time17
  18. 18. User Provisioning With Active Directory New employees 1 created in Active Directory Firewall AD Domain Applications provisioned Controller2 Okta Agent centrally through Okta 3 Okta login using AD credentials. Immediate SSO Access to Apps
  19. 19. Box/Okta Joint Customers Life Enterprise Online Mfg, Legal, Hi TechSciences Software Services Finance
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  21. 21. Questions
  22. 22. Thank you for joining us! • Thank you for joining us at this FierceLive! Webinar! • This webinar has been recorded and will be available on- demand within 24 hours. You will receive a notice when the recording is up.Sponsor: