Since the rise of the client-server model, IT has steadily moved from a centralized computing model to a highly decentralized one. This shift has dramatically accelerated in the last several years, fueled by mobility, cloud services and service-oriented platforms. This has created immense value for IT and end users, but adapting security controls and tools to a decentralized architecture has proven difficult. As a result, the modern enterprise is burdened with challenges like insecure devices and communications, content proliferation inside and outside the company, and the constant risks associated with human error. However, a new generation of secure, enterprise cloud services creates the opportunity to mitigate many of these security challenges by centralizing documents onto a single cloud platform.