18 Commonly Overlooked Offboarding Steps

There is more to offboarding than many people—even those within IT—often realize. To most, offboarding means deprovisioning an exiting employee from apps. Shut off their access, collect their keycard and laptop, and call it a day. That’s just the tip of the iceberg. In the digital workplace, especially as companies continue to embrace more SaaS apps, offboarding is more than just revoking access. Additional steps are required to protect mission-critical data and keep the business running smoothly. However, these steps are often overlooked, which introduces the risk of data breaches, failed compliance, productivity loss, data loss, and even loss of revenue