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SASE leader ranks amongst top cloud companies in the world across all areas
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Netskope, a leader in secure access service edge (SASE), today announced that for the sixth time, it has been named to the Forbes Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in partnership with Bessmer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. In the 2022 Forbes Cloud 100, Netskope is ranked #30, and is just one of four listed security providers in the top 50.
Businesses and governments are rapidly adopting SASE architecture to support hybrid work and unlock more value from their technology investments. Netskope offers SASE as a single, converged platform, using one policy framework and one console to protect data everywhere it moves, dramatically simplify technology operations, and preserve network performance. The Netskope SASE platform includes Netskope's industry-leading security service edge (SSE) and its recently announced Borderless WAN — both of which are crucial to providing optimized access and zero trust security needed in a modern technology architecture.
"In a cloud-centric world where hybrid work is the new normal, our customers are looking for a complete SASE solution, in which a worldwide converged networking and security cloud enables performance, data and threat protection, and consolidates and saves them expense without trade-offs," said Sanjay Beri, CEO and co-founder of Netskope. "We are honored to again be included in Forbes' listing of the world's most important cloud companies transforming the way business is done."
For the seventh straight year, the Cloud 100 reviewed submissions from hundreds of cloud startups and private companies. The Cloud 100 evaluation process involved anking companies across four factors: market leadership (35%), estimated valuation (30%), operating metrics (20%), and people & culture (15%). For market leadership, the Cloud 100 enlists the help of a judging panel of public cloud company CEOs who assist in evaluating and ranking their private company peers.
Netskope's converged SASE platform enables secure enterprise digital transformation and secure remote connectivity using integrated Borderless WAN, zero trust network access (ZTNA), secure web gateway (SWG), cloud firewall, cloud access security broker (CASB) and other capabilities. Thousands of customers, including more than 25 of the Fortune 100, trust Netskope to address evolving threats, new risks, technology shifts, network changes, and new regulatory requirements.
"The companies of the Cloud 100 list represent the best and brightest private companies in this fast-growing sector," said Alex Konrad, senior editor at Forbes. "Every year, it gets more difficult to make this list — meaning even more elite company for those who do. Congratulations to each of the 2022 Cloud 100 honorees."
"The public markets may be in turmoil, but the private valuations of the Cloud 100 continue to rise. All of the 2022 Cloud 100 honorees, again, have reached the $1 billion valuation milestone, and the average Cloud 100 valuation has skyrocketed to $7.4 billion," said Mary D'Onofrio, partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. "Despite the market correction in 2022, our confidence in the cloud economy continues to grow—today over 70% of the 2022 Cloud 100 Honorees have reached or exceeded $100 million in annual recurring revenue making them cloud Centaurs. An additional 10% of the list is expected to hit this milestone by the end of the year, furthering our conviction that this years' honorees truly represent the best cloud companies globally."
"Great companies are born out of all environments, and it's exciting to see the continued momentum in the cloud sector," said Alex Kayyal, Managing Partner, Salesforce Ventures. "The companies on this list have gone through a rigorous selection process, and join an esteemed alumni list of Cloud 100 companies. As the need for digital transformation continues to drive innovation and efficiencies across industries, we can look to these companies as the absolute best in cloud computing."
The Forbes 2022 Cloud 100 is published online at www.forbes.com/cloud100. Highlights of the list appear in the August/September 2022 issue of Forbes magazine.
This year, the CEOs of the Cloud 100 and the 20 Rising Stars companies will be honored with a digital content launch, as well as at the exclusive Cloud 100 Celebration hosted by Bessemer Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and Forbes. A special thank you to our event sponsors Amazon Web Services (AWS), Bank of America, Cooley, McKinsey & Company, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Nasdaq, and Silicon Valley Bank.
To learn more about Netskope visit: www.netskope.com.
Netskope, a global cybersecurity leader, is redefining cloud, data, and network security to help organizations apply Zero Trust principles to protect data. Fast and easy to use, the Netskope platform provides optimized access and real-time security for people, devices, and data anywhere they go. Netskope helps customers reduce risk, accelerate performance, and get unrivaled visibility into any cloud, web, and private application activity. Thousands of customers, including more than 25 of the Fortune 100, trust Netskope and its powerful NewEdge network to address evolving threats, new risks, technology shifts, organizational and network changes, and new regulatory requirements. Learn how Netskope helps customers be ready for anything on their SASE journey, visit netskope.com.
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Hawaii’s Premier Salesforce Consulting Firm is Helping Local Companies Compete on a Worldwide Stage
Salesforce has long stood as one of the leading customer relationship management software platforms in the United States, driving exponential growth for those who leverage its multitude of capabilities. Many small to mid-size businesses may lack the experience and guidance in the Salesforce platform to unleash its full potential, keeping them in a stagnant growth cycle. Cloud Pacific, Hawaii’s premier Salesforce consulting firm, is on a mission to help local Hawaii businesses see extraordinary growth, deploying an elite team of world-class Salesforce architects, developers, and consultants to automate business processes and provide strategic data processing support.
For nearly four years, Cloud Pacific has taken clients by the hand to empower them to scale their businesses to become a driving force amid the digital renaissance. Specializing in the real estate, finance, and services industries, Cloud Pacific intentionally assesses each client’s processes to architect, design, secure, and implement Salesforce to ensure system longevity and scalability. Understanding that Salesforce is an immensely complex and nuanced software platform, Cloud Pacific breaks the norms of traditional consulting to offer an “aloha-oriented” experience with the best Salesforce professionals in the industry.
“At Cloud Pacific we pride ourselves on delivering services with aloha by doing the right thing at the right time for the right people for the right reasons.” – Paul Karaffa, CEO
Cloud Pacific works hand in hand with each client to provide ongoing support services for clients, providing industry-leading insights into new features, updates, and bug resolutions. In doing this, Cloud Pacific masterfully helps businesses navigate critical-impact issues with ease, resulting in quick resolutions and minimal customer friction.
Outdated data systems or improper implementation of the complex Salesforce platform can lead to profit loss, employee frustration, and customer dissatisfaction. Not only does Cloud Pacific train clients on the intricacies of the platform, but additionally provide turnkey Salesforce admins and teams designed to meet and exceed business objectives. These custom-tailored teams are comprised of highly capable Salesforce professionals who can be calibrated to each client’s business needs.
Through proof of concept, dedication to innovation, and unwavering commitment to helping local businesses thrive; Cloud Pacific sets a new industry standard for Salesforce consulting rooted in an aloha-oriented experience with the industry’s finest.
To learn more about Cloud Pacific, please visit: cloudpacific.tech
About Cloud Pacific
Cloud Pacific is a Hawaii-based Salesforce consulting firm and Salesforce Partner focused on the real estate, finance, and service industries offering a proprietary and aloha-oriented experience with development resources in Hawaii, serving all islands. Guided by their mission to empower Hawaiian companies to scale and compete on a worldwide stage, Cloud Pacific implements strategy-based initiatives to help companies use Salesforce well. Comprised of a team of high-performance, world-class Salesforce architects, developers, and consultants, the Cloud Pacific team have an unparalleled passion for helping companies and organizations automate their business processes and find value in the data they generate.
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Today, selling is all about technology. Companies worldwide use solutions such as Salesforce, Apollo.io and Marketo to automate key aspects of their workflows and quickly identify and convert leads. The process works well, but most of these marketing technology (martech) tools operate in siloed environments rather than talking with each other. This can create data gaps and keep teams from realizing the full potential of their tech stack.
While internally built integrations can help, getting them developed can be a challenge. Basically, you have to request an integration, following which engineering and IT teams must code it. They’ll also have to support the integration with extensive data architecture, engineering resources and ongoing maintenance. The entire effort can take 7-18 months.
Utah-based Datajoin aims to simplify this challenge by providing B2B marketers with micro integrations – a no-code, automated product that integrates first-party sales and marketing data from different existing applications. The company today raised $3.5 million in seed funding.
Micro integrations, Datajoin said, take the complex process of ID resolution and app-to-app integration and simplify it. You just have to identify the data points you need and the product automatically makes data appear in the target application. No data platform or engineering resources are needed.
“Datajoin’s micro Integrations make integration simple and easy, with implementation measured in days, not months,” Sam Fonoimoana, the founder and CEO of the company, said.
The company currently provides two micro integrations. The first one brings deal and pipeline information from Salesforce CRM into Adobe Analytics’ Analysis Workspace. This gives business users a complete view of their data, enabling them to understand the impact of campaigns and content on the pipeline and deals closed so far. Meanwhile, the other one is for Adobe Analytics and Marketo.
Datajoin claims that its integrations are purpose-built for martech data and work only as a messenger of sorts without storing anything. The company claims it has already attracted several Fortune 500 companies, including Adobe, Cisco, Comcast and ARM.
“Some of the most sophisticated enterprise marketing technology companies in the world view … the team at Datajoin as ‘data ninjas.’ Their value proposition was immediately apparent in customer conversations as they’ve delivered 10x outcomes,” Mitch Rencher, MD at Sepio, which led the seed round, said.
With this funding, the company will look to expand its customer base and hire talent across functions such as product, engineering, marketing and sales. It expects to gradually add more integrations into its portfolio, bringing support for other relevant martech applications such as HubSpot and Zoho CRM.
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Cybersecurity leader takes coveted spot for bringing to market the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Aug. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Arctic Wolf®, a leader in security operations, has been named to the Forbes 2022 Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
Arctic Wolf has focused on an operational approach to cybersecurity since its founding, recognizing that cybersecurity is not solely a tools problem or a staffing problem—it is an operational problem. Despite rapidly rising budgets and buying an ever-increasing arsenal of security products, organizations continue to suffer cyber attacks. To help address this problem and realize its ambitious mission to end cyber risk, the company brought to market the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud, to help shape the next generation of cloud-based security technologies and approaches.
With its open XDR architecture, the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud ingests, parses, enriches, and analyzes over two trillion security events from the endpoint, network, identity, and cloud data sources of Arctic Wolf’s global customer base. By leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence, the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud processes security data at an equivalent to or greater rate than other market-defining cloud platforms while only delivering a few qualified security alerts a week. As a result, Arctic Wolf aims to deliver stronger protection from cyber attacks and serves as a force multiplier for its customers’ internal security teams by working to diminish alert fatigue and allowing customers to focus on more strategic priorities.
Being named to the Forbes Cloud 100 further underscores Arctic Wolf’s reputation as a leading innovator in not only the field of cybersecurity, but the technology sector as a whole. In 2022 alone, Arctic Wolf has been named to the CNBC Disruptor 50, Fast Company Most Innovative Companies, and Fortune and Great Place to Work®’s Best Medium Workplace lists.
“Despite record-high budgets and millions of dollars spent on tools, organizations are breached every day,” said Nick Schneider, Arctic Wolf’s president and chief executive officer. “We’re incredibly proud to be on this list alongside top cloud companies, highlighting our continued commitment to end cyber risk with our pioneering Security Operations Cloud.”
For the seventh straight year, the Cloud 100 reviews submissions from hundreds of cloud startups and private companies each year. The Cloud 100 evaluation process involved ranking companies across four factors: market leadership (35%), estimated valuation (30%), operating metrics (20%), and people & culture (15%). For market leadership, the Cloud 100 enlists the help of a judging panel of public cloud company CEOs who assist in evaluating and ranking their private company peers.
“The companies of the Cloud 100 list represent the best and brightest private companies in this fast-growing sector,” said Alex Konrad, senior editor at Forbes. “Every year, it gets more difficult to make this list — meaning even more elite company for those who do. Congratulations to each of the 2022 Cloud 100 honorees.”
“The public markets may be in turmoil, but the private valuations of the Cloud 100 continue to rise. All of the 2022 Cloud 100 honorees, again, have reached the $1 billion valuation milestone, and the average Cloud 100 valuation has skyrocketed to $7.4 billion,” said Mary D’Onofrio, partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. “Despite the market correction in 2022, our confidence in the cloud economy continues to grow—today over 70% of the 2022 Cloud 100 Honorees have reached or exceeded $100 million in annual recurring revenue making them cloud Centaurs. An additional 10% of the list is expected to hit this milestone by the end of the year, furthering our conviction that this years’ honorees truly represent the best cloud companies globally.”
“Great companies are born out of all environments, and it’s exciting to see the continued momentum in the cloud sector,” said Alex Kayyal, Managing Partner, Salesforce Ventures. ”The companies on this list have gone through a rigorous selection process, and join an esteemed alumni list of Cloud 100 companies. As the need for digital transformation continues to drive innovation and efficiencies across industries, we can look to these companies as the absolute best in cloud computing.“
The Forbes 2022 Cloud 100 and 20 Rising Stars lists are published online at www.forbes.com/cloud100. Highlights of the list appear in the August/September 2022 issue of Forbes magazine.
About Arctic Wolf:
Arctic Wolf® is a global leader in security operations, delivering a premier cloud-native security operations platform designed to end cyber risk. Powered by threat telemetry spanning endpoint, network, and cloud sources, the Arctic Wolf® Security Operations Cloud ingests and analyzes more than two trillion security events a week across the globe, enabling critical outcomes for security use cases and optimizing customers’ disparate security solutions. The Arctic Wolf® Platform delivers automated threat detection and response at scale, and empowers organizations of virtually any size to establish world-class security operations with the push of a button.
For more information about the Arctic Wolf, visit arcticwolf.com or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook.
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The Banking Industry Architecture Network (“BIAN”), the independent not-for-profit standards association, today announces two new appointments to its executive board. Eran Agrios, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Financial Services at Salesforce and Tracy Strong, Global Head of Technology Strategy for Personal Banking and Wealth Management at Citi have both joined the executive board effective 10 May 2022.
Commenting on the appointments, Hans Tesselaar, Executive Director of BIAN, says, “I am very proud to welcome Eran and Tracy to our executive board as we look for new ways to support the needs of our growing organisation. Their extensive knowledge and experience in encouraging innovation across the financial services sector will be extremely valuable as we progress further with our goal.”
With over 20 years of experience, Eran Agrios is responsible for the product and solution strategy and portfolio for Financial Services customers globally. She helps transform businesses by optimizing for growth and impact while putting their customers at the center of every interaction. For the last 14 years at Salesforce, Eran has focused on financial services customers across wealth management, banking, and insurance.
Speaking about her appointment to the BIAN executive board, Eran says, “For many years, BIAN has been well known for driving transformation across the industry. I am proud to be appointed to BIAN’s executive board as we continue to promote the importance of banking standards for the future of the industry.”
Tracy Strong brings 15 years of progressive hands-on technology experience across the financial services sector in various engineering leadership positions in consumer and small business banking, both at Citi and National Bank of Canada. In Tracy’s current role, she works across architecture, engineering, and business intake teams to influence and drive decisions around the bank’s technology transformation efforts.
On her appointment, Tracy shares, “I am excited to join BIAN’s executive board during this time of change. Throughout my career, I have seen and experienced the obstacles caused by a lack of industry standards. As a result, I am extremely passionate about the role BIAN plays across the industry, and I look forward to joining its executive board.”
Salesforce West at 50 Fremont St.
Salesforce plans to list 350K SF of office in its namesake tower at 50 Fremont St. in downtown San Francisco, the latest blow to the city's faltering office market.
This is the third such cut to Salesforce's office space in the Bay Area in the last 18 months. The sublease amounts to 40% of the Salesforce West building, which the company purchased in 2015 for $637M, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
“Salesforce offices are an important part of our culture, and how we use them has evolved. We are subleasing floors in Salesforce West to make the most efficient use of our real estate footprint. We will maintain ownership of the building and can reoccupy the space as needed over time. As the largest private employer in San Francisco, we are deeply committed to the city and are actively welcoming employees back to Salesforce Tower,” the company told the San Francisco Chronicle.
Salesforce co-founder and co-CEO Marc Benioff has been adamant that back-to-office policies are ineffective, stating “office mandates are never going to work,” when speaking at a company event in June, according to Yahoo Finance.
The company has been heavily pushing remote work initiatives for its employees, permanently allowing most of its staff to work remotely earlier this year, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
SF YIMBY today reported that Cushman & Wakefield will handle leasing for the space.
Office vacancy in San Francisco hovered at the 20% mark in the second quarter of this year, according to the latest data from Transwestern's San Francisco office.
Transwestern's second-quarter office report noted that negative net absorption increased by 118.4% since last year. Transwestern Senior Research Manager George Entis told Bisnow earlier this month that the office space in San Francisco that has become vacant since 2020 is equal to “seven and a half Salesforce Towers.”
Additionally, layoffs within San Francisco’s tech industry mount, despite the overall low unemployment in the city. Several big-name companies such as Tesla, Twitter, Coinbase and PayPal have cut staff in recent months.
The UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) procurement body has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Salesforce to make it easier and cheaper for public sector organizations to buy from the supplier.
According to Philip Orumwense, Commercial Director and Chief Technology Procurement Officer at CCS:
The agreement will further ensure increased collaboration and aggregation of government and wider public sector spend to achieve increased automation, forecasting, reporting and customer engagement management tools.
The main items on the Salesforce MoU are:
Salesforce has a number of UK public sector customers, including the Health Service Executive, Department for Works & Pensions, various local authorities and CCS itself.
CCS has signed a number of such MoUs in recent years with cloud suppliers, including the likes of Oracle, Google and Microsoft. Oracle’s agreement was first signed as far back as 2012 with an updated and expanded deal signed last year. At that time, Orumwense commented:
This enhanced Memorandum of Understanding will continue to deliver savings and benefits for new and existing public sector customers using Oracle's cloud based technologies. It will continue delivering value for money whilst supporting public sector customers' journey to the cloud.
Expanding the list of suppliers offering cloud services has become a political agenda item in the UK as legislators have queried the amount of business that has gone to Amazon Web Services (AWS). As of February last year, some £75 million of contracts had been awarded in the previous 12 months.
Lord Maude, who previously ran the UK Cabinet Office where he waged a war on excessively priced tech contracts and essentially began the MoU process in earnest as part of his reforms, was quoted as warning:
When it comes to hosting, we've regressed into allowing a small group, and one vendor, in particular, to dominate. If you take a view of the government as simply as a customer, it makes absolutely no sense for the government to be overly dependent on one supplier. No one would sensibly do that.
The Salesforce MoU looks well-timed as CCS recently launched a tender for a range of cloud services in a set of deals that could be worth up to £5 billion in total. Procurement notices have been issued under the G-Cloud 13 framework, covering cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support, with a further lot for migration and set-up services to follow. Contracts can last for 3 years with an option to extend by a further year.
Eligible suppliers must be able to offer services in the following capabilities:
Having a wider range of potential providers operating under such MoUs is crucial for government to deliver value for taxpayers money.
Those of us who lived through the crusading days of Maude insisting that tech vendors - mostly large US systems houses and consultancies - come back to the negotiating table, tear up their existing contracts and start from scratch, have been dismayed, but not surprised, that the so-called ‘oligopoly’ simply had to sit it out and wait for a change of government/minister to get things back to ‘normal’.
There were successes that linger. The UK’s G-Cloud framework was a triumph when set up and continues to do good work. As an aside, and given this article has been triggered by a Salesforce announcement, I do remember talking to CEO Marc Benioff in London prior to the formal announcement of G-Cloud and how it would work.
At the time there was a heavy push from certain quarters to make G-Cloud all about virtualization and private cloud rather than the public cloud push it was to become. I asked Benioff if he thought this was the right direction of travel and got a very firm rebuttal as he told me:
The UK government is way behind in this, and way too much into virtualization…Government needs to stop hiding behind the private cloud.
I was in good company - Benioff had been in at the Cabinet Office the previous day and given Maude the same message. Thirteen years on, the Public Cloud First policy that was shaped later that year still stands, but progress hasn’t been made at the rate that was promised back in those heady launch days and which needs to be achieved.
In 2022, there’s the risk of a different sort of oligopoly, as the concern around AWS' grip on government contracts suggests - and not just in the UK - but unfortunately there’s no sign of a Maude to take charge this time and bang the negotiating table.
Instead the Secretary of State with responsibility for digital thinks the internet has been around for ten years and retweets memes of politicians being stabbed. Meanwhile a putative, unelected new Prime Minster has just announced that she (somehow) intends to redesign the internet into adults-only and kid-friendly versions. Sigh.
RESTON, Va., Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Revature, the largest employer of entry-level technology talent in the United States, and Salesforce, the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), today announced a program to train and certify emerging tech talent in Commerce Cloud, a cloud-first solution that allows brands to deliver exceptional digital buying experiences for B2B buyers and rapidly adapt to market dynamics and customer needs.
Revature and Salesforce first partnered in 2020 to build a talent pipeline of certified Salesforce Developers, Salesforce Administrators and Salesforce Consultants to power the Salesforce economy. Today’s announcement expands upon this mission to meet the growing demand for tech talent trained and certified in Salesforce Commerce Cloud using Revature’s industry-leading approach. The program will be rolled out in phases, with the first phase focusing on the B2B Commerce solution and later expanding to other in-demand areas such as Order Management and B2C Commerce.
“At Revature, we train entry-level talent on the most in-demand skills and certifications, with real-world applications on their resume before they ever set foot in a client’s office,” said Anurag Gupta, SVP, Head of Product Partnerships at Revature. “This is exactly what we’ve partnered with Salesforce to accomplish. Online retailing and ecommerce has taken the world by storm leading to a significant demand for technology talent and through this partnership, we are connecting talent with opportunity.”
As a Salesforce Trailhead Authorized Training Partner and Salesforce Talent Alliance Workforce Development Partner, Revature will leverage its best-in-class hire-train-deploy model to recruit, train, certify and place new graduates from its network of 700+ university and college partners. Revature is now the first Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud authorized Workforce Development and Training Partner.
“Ecommerce has revolutionized the way our world operates, and businesses are increasingly turning to Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud to help them navigate inherent B2B ecommerce challenges, generate more revenue, and lower costs,” said Don Lynch, SVP, Cloud Solution Alliances at Salesforce. “In expanding our partnership with Revature, we are giving our customers and partners access to proven Salesforce-ready talent to help them power these initiatives.”
To learn more about Revature’s training program for Salesforce B2B Commerce, click here.
Revature is the largest employer of emerging technology talent in the U.S. and the talent development partner of choice for Fortune 500 companies, government organizations and top systems integrators. Since its founding, Revature has trained over 10,000 software engineers in 55 technical disciplines, recruited talent from 700 universities, and deployed them to blue chip companies throughout the U.S.
Revature’s mission is to create a pathway for qualified candidates from diverse experiences and educational backgrounds to reach their potential as technology professionals. Graduates of the Revature program work on innovative, challenging and rewarding software development projects across the United States. Revature has committed to training one million developers over the next decade.
Learn more at www.revature.com and follow @WeAreRevature on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Salesforce, the global CRM leader, empowers companies of every size and industry to digitally transform and create a 360° view of their customers. For more information about Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), visit: www.salesforce.com.
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