Grab is a ride sharing transportation company based in Southeast Asia that has revolutionized how people get around. Founded in 2012, Grab has already provided over 1 billion rides to passengers. The key for Grab to be successful has been the commitment to the safety and well-being of both their drivers and their passengers. On top of that though, their willingness to to use cutting edge technology has kept them moving at the breakneck paces needed to keep up with demand.
Grab knew they needed a directory that could scale at their incredible pace of growth.
Grab’s Case Study
“We always have to be one step ahead. What’s around the next corner? How can I solve tomorrow’s issue before it becomes a problem? JumpCloud enables us to take on the future with confidence.”
With JumpCloud’s cloud-based directory, Grab was able to find a solution that could not only scale with them, but that was secure and easy to use as well. If you would like to read more about Grab’s story, check out their case study by clicking on the image below.
For scaling, security, and cloud functionality that Grab was looking for, JumpCloud was the best solution for the job.
Automated IT, at Scale
If you have an office that is making the move to the cloud, don’t let the on-prem and platform requirements, as well as labor intensive management of Active Directory, hold you back. JumpCloud’s unified directory is the ideal solution for a modern IT environment, and can help IT organizations regain control over the office. With the many different features of DaaS, IT admins can manage systems (Windows, Mac, Linux), cloud and on-prem servers (AWS, GCP), web and on-prem applications (LDAP, SAML), physical and virtual storage (Samba and NAS file servers), wired and WiFi networks via RADIUS, and more.
Check out Directory-as-a-Service for yourself, and see what the modern directory looks like. You can sign up for a free account of the cloud-based directory here. We offer 10 free users forever, and we don’t even require a credit (Read more...)
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from JumpCloud authored by Jon Griffin. Read the original post at: https://jumpcloud.com/blog/case-study-automated-scale/