In Pictures: Fave raves - 33 tech pros share their favourite IT products

What IT pros like, in their own words

Why it's a favorite: “In January 2013, Scotts transitioned from Microsoft Outlook to the Enterprise Google Apps suite. Not only did we move our data from one system to another, we fundamentally changed how associates, external collaborators and third-party applications gained access to our data. This shift to the cloud created a new distributed security perimeter for our data. CloudLock’s collaboration suite helped us grow and evolve in the collaboration security space as we adapt to the constant changes in the technology landscape, measure adoption of our new tools, and ultimately how we protect our enterprise by identifying and minimizing risk exposures.”

Years in IT: 8

Upcoming IT projects: BYOD initiative. "CloudLock will be a key player in the future of this project.”

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