Okta and Salesforce Partner to Build Trust with Work.com

For organizations around the world, the shock of COVID-19 forced a new reliance on technology to enable Dynamic Work for workforces, and to connect virtually with customers. Not only did the pandemic accelerate the digital transformation of every organization, it showcased the importance of their trust in these technologies. Today, we’re excited…

Modernizing Government Agencies: How Okta Can Help Build Secure and Scalable Citizen Experiences

We often share personal information to obtain the services we need, be it healthcare, financial assistance, or legal advice. In doing so, we place trust in our service providers to keep this data confidential and secure—often without hesitation. When interacting with government agencies, however, we’re usually less confident. By design, agencies…

What Is an API?

API is an acronym that stands for “application programming interface,” and it allows apps to send information between each other. While there are numerous protocols and technologies involved, the underlying purpose of APIs is always the same: to let one piece of software communicate with another.  APIs (sometimes described as web services) work in…

Best Practices for Perfecting Dynamic (Yet Secure) Access Grants

Last week, we shared some advice for better managing identity lifecycle processes with some key steps for optimizing full-circle identity processes. In this post, we’ll dig into common challenges surrounding access grants. No matter how mature your access management practices are, IT and security teams are constantly confronted with questions like…

It’s Time to Look Beyond Covid—But How Far Can We See?

No, we don’t have a crystal ball. And in such cases, in lieu of making predictions, it’s smarter to start asking questions. So we partnered with Pulse to ask IT executives from some of the world’s largest organizations exactly what they were thinking, and what keeps them up at night about business and technology after Covid-19. Read on to glean a…

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