We wrote earlier this week about key management, and how today’s solutions fail the little guy. On top of their high price points, inaccessible installation and overly complex management –– today’s cyber solutions from giants like Amazon, Microsoft and Google often fall short for mid-tier companies. Which doesn’t really make them solutions at all. As Biggie would say, just mo’ problems. For many 2nd and 3rd tier players, what they really need is pretty straightforward: a simple, affordable way to protect their most valuable digital assets.
In the (really) tiny corner of the world that is key management, most products out there are designed as one-size-fits-all solutions. Like those pants you bought on Alibaba, there’s just no guarantee they will fit. Maybe your hips are a bit wider, your legs a bit longer –– whatever it is, they were obviously not designed for you. So why wear them?
Without coming down too hard on the big retail, my point is: you still need pants. That’s kind of what it’s like for most mid-tired companies. Except in this scenario, many of these businesses also losing out on a ton of money on lost profitability. With products they can’t protect without losing an arm and a department, they sit unused –– a lost revenue stream that won’t ever see the light of day.
It’s almost revolutionary to think that a solution should be simpler. Like when Steve Jobs packed over 10,000 mp3 filed into a handheld iPod Mini. It killed the walkman. And that’s what our team at Hub Security has set out to do: be revolutionary. We’ve built a solution that is accessible, affordable and adaptable to any-sized business.
With the HUB platform, administrators can define customer policies and permissions and custom build an internal key management system that works for them. Like Lego pieces, HUB’s platform is built to grow at scale –– developing with you, as you develop your business. See? Like I said, revolutionary. With a low-barrier of entry, a relatively low price-point and 24/7 support, first-tier cloud providers have nothing on us.
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