Companies continue to adopt software as a service (SaaS) applications at a rapid clip, with recent research showing that the average SaaS portfolio now has at least 200 applications. While organizations purchase these purpose-built tools to make their employees more productive, they now must contend with growing security complexities, context switching, and data silos.
If your company faces these issues, or you want to avoid them in the future, join us on Tuesday, June 27, for a free-to-attend online event AWS Applications Innovation Day. AWS will stream the event simultaneously across multiple platforms, including LinkedIn Live, Twitter, YouTube, and Twitch. You can also join us in person in Seattle to hear from Dilip Kumar, Vice President of AWS Applications and an executive panel with AWS Partners Splunk, Asana, and Okta.
Applications Innovation Day is designed to give you the tools you need to improve how your organization uses and secures SaaS applications. Sessions throughout the day will show you how you can secure data while providing your employees with the best tools for the job. You’ll also learn how to support the right mix of applications to improve workforce collaboration, and how to use generative artificial intelligence securely and effectively to improve insights and enhance employee productivity.
We’ll start the virtual broadcast with a keynote from Dilip Kumar, Vice President of AWS Applications, who will discuss the way we use and govern SaaS applications at AWS. He’ll also discuss how we’ll make it easier to deploy purpose-built SaaS applications like Asana, Okta, Splunk, Zoom, and others across your business, including the announcement of some exciting new innovations from AWS.
AWS product leaders will present technical breakout sessions during the day on the productivity and security aspects of managing a SaaS application tech stack. Sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including how the nature of productivity at work is changing, how AI is transforming SaaS applications and collaboration, how you can improve your security observability across your applications, and how you can create custom analytics on SaaS application activity.
Overall, the event is a great opportunity for security leaders, IT administrators and operations leaders, and anyone leading digital workplace and transformation initiatives to learn how to better leverage and govern SaaS applications.
To register for AWS Applications Innovation Day, simply go to the event page.