How to mitigate Rogue Access with ConnectID and ShareSync

According to Terra Nova’s 2014 SMB Rogue Access study, 68% of ex-employees stored work files in personal cloud storage and 89% of ex-employees retain access to their corporate apps! That’s probably because services like Dropbox and Google Docs are so easy to use and so many users provision apps without IT’s knowledge.

What’s the solution?

1. ShareSync by Terra Nova: To prevent Rogue Access, you need cloud storage that’s just as simple to use—but built to give IT business-grade control over access and permissions. We recommend ShareSync by Terra Nova. ShareSync is an integrated file sync and share service that offers simplicity and mobility without risking control or protection. Watch the short demos below to see how ShareSync works and how it can help prevent against Rogue Access.

2. ConnectID: A single sign-on (SSO) portal helps solve the problem. SSO lets users save all their apps into a single launchpad. This makes the cloud simpler and more secure for users. More importantly, it gives IT visibility into all the apps that employees use. This makes it easy to spot unknown services and flag them for deprovisioning. We recommend ConnectID by Terra Nova. ConnectID is a Single Sign-On portal that provides users with a single point of access to ALL their web apps with just one click and just one password. Watch the short demos below to see how ConnectID works and how it can help prevent against Rogue Access.

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