The Quiet Revolution: 12 Must-Know Statistics on Cloud Usage in the Enterprise

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The cloud is quietly taking over the enterprise. Find out the top cloud services, and cloud statistics based on real usage data from 200 companies and over 10 million users. For the full report visit http://www.skyhighnetworks.com/cloud-report/

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The Quiet Revolution: 12 Must-Know Statistics on Cloud Usage in the Enterprise

  1. 1. THE QUIET REVOLUTION 12 Must-Know Statistics on Cloud Usage in the Enterprise
  2. 2. The cloud is a transformational shift in technology and it’s being led by rank and file employees
  3. 3. 10 TIMESmore than what IT expects THAT’S OVER 68known services 670 unknown services The average company uses 738 cloud services...
  4. 4. Companies have adopted a new generation of applications in the cloud to grow their business
  5. 5. TOP 20 ENTERPRISE CLOUD SERVICES 1. Amazon Web Services 2. Office 365 3. Salesforce 4. Cisco Webex 5. Box 6. Yammer 7. ServiceNow 8. SuccessFactors 9. Adobe Echosign 10. LivePerson 11. Concur 12. Workday 13. MSDN 14. SAS On Demand 15. Github 16. Zendesk 17. Informatica Cloud 18. Ariba 19. Host Analytics 20. Intralinks
  6. 6. But employees are also bringing many consumer services to work with them
  7. 7. 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. Apple iCloud 4. Youtube 5. LinkedIn 6. Dropbox 7. Gmail 8. Google Docs 9. Pinterest 10. Instagram 11. Sina Weibo 12. Tumblr 13. Prezi 14. Yahoo Mail 15. Flickr 16. Evernote 17. Photobucket 18. Myspace 19. Shutterfly 20. VK in the workplace TOP 20 CONSUMER CLOUD SERVICES
  8. 8. 1. Office 365 2. Gmail 3. Cisco Webex 4. Google Docs 5. Prezi 6. Yahoo Mail 7. Yammer 8. Evernote 9. Intralinks 10. Clearslide 1. Dropbox 2. Google Drive 3. Box 4. OneDrive 5. eFolder 6. Yandex.disk 7. Goodsync 8. Solidfiles 9. Sharefile 10. 4Shared TOP SERVICES by category FILE SHARING COLLABORATION SOCIAL MEDIA 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. Linkedin 4. Sina Weibo 5. Tumblr 6. Myspace 7. VK 8. LiveJournal 9. Renren 10. Foursquare
  9. 9. Employees put many types of sensitive information in the cloud: • Customer data: credit cards, Social Security numbers, and credit history • Employee data: Social Security numbers and bank accounts • Financial data: revenue, bookings, and profit margins • Sales data: customer contacts, opportunities, and forecasts • Intellectual property: source code, product designs, and algorithms
  10. 10. 2013 2014 AOL 1,196 Due to password reuse, even breaches in consumer services impact corporate data in enterprise services ebay 15,800 Evernote 2,081 Adobe 19,386 Tweetdeck 5,060 Facebook 27,802 Average # of employees using services at company
  11. 11. Financial Healthcare High Tech Manufacturing Media Oil & Gas Utility 23 58 29 63 41 193 13 36 35 42 30 48 8 6 Malware incidents Data exfiltration events
  12. 12. And malware never sleeps...
  13. 13. 987 2,157 Malware Anomalies by Time of Day WORK HOURS 8AM-8PM OFF-WORK HOURS 8PM-8AM
  14. 14. Last quarter the average company uploaded 86.5 GB to high-risk services
  15. 15. File Sharing 4.04% Web Conferencing 4.81% Slidesharing 6.07% Photo Sharing 7.85% Video Sharing 40.06% Here are some of the top destinations for that data
  16. 16. Tip to protect your data: Know which services are high-risk so you can apply access policies of data uploaded to high-risk cloud services went to services miscategorized by URL categorization services 63%
  17. 17. Enterprises are beginning to take control of cloud by coaching users onto low-risk services
  18. 18. 2013 Q3 2014 Q22013 Q4 2014 Q1 AVERAGE NUMBER OF CLOUD SERVICES IN USE BY COMPANY 759 738 626 545
  19. 19. Download the Full Report Get the full report with detailed statistics on the top cloud services, high-risk services, and risks you can avoid with the cloud. DOWNLOAD NOW (Report Cover) CLOUD ADOPTION & RISK REPORT Q2 2014 Published Q3 2014

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