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Eric Berg

Chief Product Officer

Eric Berg is a seasoned product and marketing leader with over 20 years of experience across engineering, marketing and business development for both early stage SaaS companies and high growth software businesses within larger organizations. With Okta since early 2010, he is currently focused on company and product strategy, product management, product marketing, technical marketing and platform evangelism.

Prior to Okta, Eric served as the VP of Product Management and Marketing for Apptio, the market leading SaaS provider of IT financial management solutions, the Director of Product Management at Microsoft, and the Director of Product Marketing and Business Development at Ensim. Eric also has experience working at Goldman Sachs and Intel, where he held a variety of engineering management, technical marketing and product management positions.

Eric earned his bachelor’s in electrical engineering at the University of Washington and his MBA at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Eric also enjoys running, cycling and spending as much time in the outdoors as possible with his family.

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Identity and Device Management for The Extended Enterprise

The scope of what an IT department manages today is changing rapidly. They have to continue to secure and manage their existing on-premises technology while also taking advantage of the cloud to modernize their systems, become more competitive and better serve their users and the business. And the definition of...

An Integrated Approach to Lifecycle Management

The modern workforce is fluid— the proliferation of part-time workers, contractors, vendors and distributed partner networks, each with unique lifecycles, poses a huge hurdle for access management and compliance. Organizations need to empower these users with the access and apps they need, from the (many!) devices they use, without...