When: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 1:00 PM CT

Today’s slew of cloud apps brings a variety of new security threats to the enterprise. As an IT team, you’re tasked with setting policies and identifying applications that will allow the business to move forward with confidence, but how can you keep up with the innovation?
 
Help is here! In its recently published Cloud Report™, Netskope evaluated 2,600 cloud apps for enterprise readiness, and ranked them across 50 product categories. The results are telling and highly useful for any enterprise challenged with cleaning up the existing cloud app chaos.



Join us for a brief webinar to learn which apps make the enterprise cut, plus:

  • How Netskope uses its rigorous evaluation criteria and custom Cloud Confidence Index™ database to identify an application’s enterprise readiness in seven functional areas
  • What placed CrashPlan in the top 3 out of 2,600 evaluated cloud apps
  • Why enterprise-readiness should not be overlooked
  • Insights and next steps for informed policy decisions about the applications entering your workplace


About the presenters:

Cutting through the Clutter:
How to Identify Enterprise-Ready Cloud Apps

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Ram Keralapura—Principal Data Scientist, Netskope

Ram received his bachelor's degree from Bangalore University and his MS/PhD from University of California, Davis. His dissertation broadly focused on Network Management in ISP networks, and in particular dealt with modeling routing dynamics in IGP and BGP protocols.

Prior to joining Netskope, Ram worked at Narus as a Principal Member of Technical Staff where he led several innovative projects in the Office of CTO. He has published over 30 conference/journal articles and also has over 20 patent applications.

Andrew Renz—Principal Enterprise Architect, Code42

Andrew will speak from his experience selecting and deploying global backup and disaster recovery solutions for the Fortune 500, including Apple, Oracle, Expedia and Intuit.

Prior to Code 42, Andrew spent six years at Apple IS&T where he architected global NetBoot/NetInstall deployments, software distribution solutions and desktop backup solutions.