The Ampliphae Cloud-Management Solution

Ampliphae is an intelligent cloud-management solution built on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Unlike other solutions on the market, it's easy to deploy: just plug it into a network port and it starts analysing traffic.

Quickly and unobtrusively, Ampliphae finds and catalogues all the cloud applications in use on your network and gives you the tools you need to manage and control those applications.

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  • Continuous cloud-app discovery
  • Real-time trend reports
  • Pro-active cloud governance
  • GDPR and Data Privacy compliance
  • Policy-led cloud control
  • Cloud compliance even in BYOD environments

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Continuous cloud discovery

Cloud services can give you fast, affordable access to exactly the tools your business needs at any given time. But they can also expose you to legal and regulatory risks. This is particularly true of unmanaged cloud adoption, driven by individual user sign-ups.

Ampliphae continuously monitors the outbound network traffic from your organisation, using sophisticated statistical and pattern recognition algorithms to discover and identify every cloud app in use on your network.

Easy to deploy

Unlike many competitors, Ampliphae is easy and quick to deploy. Simply attach a light-weight probe to your network, let it monitor the traffic, then log in to Ampliphae's own cloud interface to see the results.

That's all there is to it. No laborious mining of router log files, no client software to configure. Just plug and play.

A global SaaS database

Ampliphae's continuously updated database of SaaS applications lists over 15,000 cloud services. For each service, it tells you at a glance where and how the data is stored and any other relevant information.

With the information in the Ampliphae database, you can see instantly if any cloud service in use on your network poses a legal or compliance risk.

Intelligent cloud insights

Cloud applications are designed to be viral, particularly when used in teams. Adoption rates can rise very quickly. And that can cause you compliance problems and potentially mean unplanned licensing costs.

Our solution uses multifaceted statistical algorithms to track and predict cloud adoption rates across the network, giving you near real-time insights into exactly who is using what cloud application.

Cloud Control

The IT team is accountable for everything on the network. But how can it be held accountable for cloud apps it didn't install and doesn't know about?

Ampliphae's solution puts IT back in control of the cloud. Set black-list and white-list cloud-management policies. Give employees and admins the information they need to make informed decisions. Automatically generate detailed cloud-usage reports.

Pro-active governance

Banning all cloud applications would cut your business off from innovative tools and services. Instead, Ampliphae provides a continually-updated catalogue of every major SaaS application.

This allows the IT team to understand what an application is being used for, assess the security, regulatory and business continuity risks, and then implement a solid governance policy.

Manage BYOD cloud risk

BYOD policies allow employees to connect their own phones and laptops to the company network. That means they're also connecting the cloud services they have installed on those devices.

By continuously monitoring network traffic, Ampliphae can identify any cloud services running on these devices, even if you don't have policy-level control over them.

This gives you a complete oversight of everything that happens on your network.

GDPR compliance and data-privacy

From 2018, companies doing business in the EU must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Organisations which breach the new regulation can face fines of €20 million or more.

But how can you know if the cloud services you use, which may store data anywhere in the world, comply with an EU regulation? Ampliphae identifies all the cloud applications your employees are using, and gives each one a risk score for security and GDPR issues.