80 per cent of staff use 'risky' unauthorised apps on corporate networks

Danny Palmer
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McAfee report suggests corporations could be at risk through use of shadow IT, but others suggest IT department should adapt to new methods of working

Eighty per cent of employees are potentially putting their companies at risk through use of unauthorised Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications on corporate networks. The extent of so-called "shadow...

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