The Move To Modern IT

By Zach DeMeyer Posted June 19, 2019

The move to the cloud, while widely adopted, is still being met with trepidation. It’s an understandable point of view. Many are wary of the cloud when it comes to security, productivity, and compliance. After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? Traditional IT methods have worked so far, so why try to mess with that success?

As creators of the first cloud directory service, JumpCloud® has worked with many organizations that have concerns about the cloud. We have compiled a collection of statistics about moving to the cloud and the benefits of a cloud directory service. You can see our findings in the infographic below.

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As you can see, the shift to a cloud directory service can provide staggering results for IT organizations. With upticks in security and productivity, as well as benefits for compliance and end user freedom of choice, it should come as no surprise that over 75k organizations use a cloud directory service.

Try a Cloud Directory Service for Free

If a cloud directory service seems like the right solution for you, why not try it out for free today? Simply sign up for JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service® and you will get access to the entire product, with ten users included free to get you started.

With JumpCloud, you will be able to manage your users and their access to virtually all of their IT resources, regardless of provider, protocol, platform, or location. These resources include systems, email, apps, networks, and more, all managed from a single cloud console.

Like to learn more about the JumpCloud product? Feel free to contact us with your questions and concerns. Our team would be happy to assist you.

The JumpCloud Partner Program

Are you a managed service provider (MSP)? JumpCloud’s Partner Program is created especially for you, with discounts for MSPs, comarketing materials, and more to assist you in using JumpCloud with your client base. You can learn more at our Partners page.

Zach DeMeyer

Zach is a writer and researcher for JumpCloud with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. He loves being on the cutting edge of new technology, and when he's not working, he enjoys all things outdoors, making music, and soccer.

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