Dayton Superior is a leading manufacturer for the non-residential concrete construction industry. With thousands of products used in more than one million buildings, bridges and other structures worldwide, Dayton Superior has an ongoing need to monitor and protect information on its network.
The Ohio-based company first began using DatAdvantage several years ago after a major acquisition in which company’s employees were merged into a single IT environment. DatAdvantage gave Dayton Superior deep visibility into the files on their network. For the first time, the company could locate missing files and lock down access to individual users, departments or project teams.
Now, nearly seven years after Dayton Superior first turned to Varonis for insight into its on-premises IT systems, the company will be using DatAdvantage for their new cloud-based environment with Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive for Business and SharePoint.
By moving to the cloud, Dayton Superior aims to decrease its need for internal storage while providing employees with flexible access to documentation from remote devices. Once the migration is complete, DatAdvantage will continue to help the company monitor activity, track user behavior, and control user access to files on the network.