ManagedMethods's Combined Cloud Access Monitor Discovers Used Application Details

By CIOReview | Thursday, March 31, 2016

BOULDER, CO: ManagedMethods, a dedicated cloud platform solutions provider, has recently made headway on the company’s cloud platforms approach by combining its Cloud Access Monitor solution with Microsoft Office 365. The integration enables the company to provide audit and policy enforcement for the cloud-based suite of productivity applications. The company’s promotion of Office 365 offers all businesses of all size with the necessary visibility and control on their applications including authentication of user’s shared files and accesses in the cloud.

“As more organizations adopt these types of cloud-based work tools, IT Security is left with a risky blindside. We’re pleased to be able to provide a complementary solution that allows companies to improve collaboration and work efficiency without taking on unnecessary security risk,” says Charlie Sander, Chairman and CEO, ManagedMethods.

ManagedMethods’s offering facilitates a crystal-clear view about which cloud applications are in use, including the user’s details, durations and also data delivered reports. The company’s Cloud Access Monitor has been designed in such a manner that demonstrates every detail such as beyond log entries and also supports granular analysis. Its Deep packet capture is a key component and it has 24/7 monitoring functionality  that measures  secured information’s movement such as social security numbers, credit card numbers or other personally identifiable information (PII and PCI).The effective platforms of the company helps enterprises to maintain their compliance regulations activities.

Cloud Access Monitor solution of ManagedMethods represents SaaS and other services details that has been used by the employees. It identifies sanctioned and unsanctioned SaaS usage across the organization whereas the solution also enables to exhibit the deviations from baselines in SaaS. When employee transfers sensitive data to SaaS applications, alerts are triggered, thereby providing every details of uploaded files to cloud services.