Customer Story: Eusoh’s G Suite Integration

Customer Story Eusoh’s G Suite Integration

Due to its low cost and easy to use interface, G Suite has become a popular choice for productivity software among businesses. Some even try to use it as their directory service but those that have used G Suite as a directory know it does not offer the control and visibility IT truly needs over their environment.

With a need to start setting up a foundation for a secure IT infrastructure, Ari Simon knew Eusoh’s G Suite environment needed to be integrated with a more comprehensive cloud-based directory. Ari discovered Directory-as-a-Service® (DaaS), and has since enjoyed leveraging a complete directory service that offers a seamless G Suite integration.

Ari Simon was gracious enough to sit down with us and answer some questions about Eusoh’s G Suite integration with JumpCloud.

Customer Story: Eusoh

Eusoh's G Suite Integration with JumpCloud

 Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and Eusoh?

Ari: I am the operations manager at Eusoh. Eusoh uses the Software as a Service (SaaS) model to allow self-selected groups to form for the purpose of risk pooling. As we are a new startup, I am currently setting up our systems to make sure that we are ready for new employees. I also manage day-to-day operations with our CEO.

What does your existing IT infrastructure look like?

cloud hosted solution

Ari: We are entirely cloud-based. We use G Suite as our main software platform and the majority of our business-related work is all online. We are in the infancy stage of our company and are figuring out what direction we are trying to head as far as IT infrastructure is concerned.

How were you using G Suite before JumpCloud?

Ari: We have been using it on a fairly basic level. We use the email and basic G Suite services such as Docs, Sheets, Drive, etc. to collaborate on initial paperwork and documentation for our business setup. We also use Chromebooks for our employee systems, and using G Suite allows us to have full functionality out of those systems as they are catered to Google products. As we expand, I am currently setting up all of our access and (Read more...)

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Natalie is a writer for JumpCloud, an Identity and Access Management solution designed for the cloud era. Natalie graduated with a degree in professional and technical writing, and she loves learning about cloud infrastructure, identity security, and IT protocols.

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