Affordable SaaS Security Solutions Emerging for Mid-Sized Businesses
Security woes for mid-sized companies: a tightening noose
Like a computer on its last legs struggling to update, mid-sized enterprises and their hardworking Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are finding it challenging to fight off the expanding threat of SaaS (Software as a Service) security issues. All this is happening with only a handful of IT employees and a wallet that seems to be on a diet. But you know what they say, when one code compiles, another code crashes – or something like that – and this case seems to be no different.
If it looks like a solution, and it’s affordable too…
Luckily, like finding an easy fix to a long debug session, there seems to be a new, affordable SaaS security solution rising like a phoenix for mid-size companies. Costing a mere $1,500 a year – which is about the amount you’d spend on a high-end gaming PC, a solution is finally on the horizon for those SaaS despairing mid-size IT departments.
The winged saviour: Wing Security
Have you heard about Wing Security (or just Wing, for short)? If you have, it’s probably because you have been up-to-date with the latest bug fixes and patches of the tech world. Early in the year, Wing made headlines and provided a solution to boost SaaS security for mid-tier businesses. With affordable plans and solutions adaptable to a variety of company sizes, it seems like Wing might just be the knight in shining aluminium we all need!
For all you mid-sized businesses out there running on limited manpower and budget but facing escalating SaaS security threats, don’t lose hope. It’s not quite time to pull out your tech hairs just yet – help is here. With the emergence of affordable SaaS security solutions like Wing, it is safe to say SaaS security could get a lot more manageable and won’t cost you an arm and a leg (just a video card or two).
All in all, it seems like SaaS for mid-sized companies can finally go from being a looming threat to being akin to an old Windows bug: annoying, but perfectly manageable. And in this digital age, isn’t that all we really byte for?