How Okta's Giving Back to the Community this Holiday Season

When you live and work in San Francisco’s little (or maybe not-so-little) tech community, it can be all too easy to get wrapped up in our world of product launches and funding announcements and to forget about the other communities in our beautiful city. There’s no denying that the Bay Area is home to some of the world’s most innovative and…

Thoughts from the Sony Breach

Sony has made big headlines – for all the wrong reasons – for having sensitive company data stolen and posted online in late November. (For full details, I’d recommend WIRED’s “Sony Got Hacked Hard: What We Know and Don’t Know So Far.”) The event has sparked a lot of debate as to the source of the attack and how it was achieved, with the…

A Day in the Life of Ren Buenviaje: Engineer, Baker and Javascript Extraordinaire

For Ren Buenviaje, an unplanned career move (implementing identity management solutions) and years of experience developing user interfaces were just the background she needed to land a job at Okta. Now a senior UI engineer at Okta, Ren is helping engineering teams make their code beautiful and empowering people to work better and smarter, and…

1,014 Conference Attendees, 182 Hands-On Lab Participants and 635 Party Dancers: Oktane14 by the Numbers

27 customer-lead sessions. 937 tweets about #Oktane14. Plus, the fire alarm only went off once -- and, as our co-founder and COO Frederic Kerrest joked, zero Okta employees were deprovisioned after our big customer celebration at the Exploratorium. On November 10-12, we welcomed more than 1,000 customers and partners to our second annual user…

Running A Well-Oiled Machine: Avago Teams Up with Okta

Avago (NASDAQ: AVGO) might not be a consumer-facing brand, but chances are the company has powered something you can’t live without. As the designers and developers of analog semiconductors, custom chips, radio-frequency and microwave components, Avago’s products are hard at work powering everything from LED displays to optical sensors. And that…

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