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Shadow IT costs businesses millions of dollars per year in unauthorized spending, and security risks may end up costing much more.
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If your company is like many average companies, you’re unaware of 50% of your IT spending.
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Deployed without authorization from the IT department, shadow IT introduces unnecessary risks and costs.
SaaS and BYOD are core contributors to the Shadow IT menace. Unknown applications have corporate data that is untraceable.
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