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Making 2021 the Year of Rapid Innovation

There’s no question that 2020 will go down in history as an unprecedented and challenging year. But in spite of this—or even because of it—we’ve seen several breakthroughs in science and technology. Take the vaccines that have been developed to combat COVID-19. Before the pandemic, there had never been a vaccine created in under a year, nor one…

What if… You Didn’t Lose Sleep Over Remote Work Security?

When COVID-19 arrived in March, organizations were forced to make quick decisions around remote work security. While those early security measures may have worked well as a stopgap, some companies are discovering those solutions won’t work long-term. Other companies are shifting towards a dynamic work model—a transformation that comes with…

A Look Back to Move Forward: What 2020 Meant for Okta

The year 2020 has been marked by difficulty, disruption, and division. Here at Okta, we share that sense as we look back at the headlines that have shaped the past 12 months—events that are now shaping how we orient ourselves towards the future.  But we also have the good fortune of thinking about the past year with a sense of pride and…

Okta’s State of Inclusion Report

From day one, Okta has been committed to building a culture of inclusion and belonging. We know that fostering a diverse workforce, customer base, and partner network is not only the right thing to do, but also the only way we will succeed. Identity is at the core of Okta’s mission, and it extends well beyond our products. We value what makes…

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…

One-Minute Webinar: How Okta Is Embracing Dynamic Work

Office spaces have always been designed to encourage productivity—and yet, no single desk arrangement has stood the test of time. Back in the 1950s, for example, the assembly lines at Ford inspired organizations to experiment with open floor plans. When that proved ineffective for white-collar workers, cubicles took hold in the late ‘80s and ‘90s…

The Dogfooding Chronicles: Work From Home Edition

The Dogfooding Chronicles are BACK! And, like everyone else, we’re dogfooding from home these days. The move home has been a period of transition for everyone, but the one thing that wasn’t difficult? Getting the Okta workforce home and working—very quickly. And there’s no better Oktanaut to tell that story than our guest blogger Christopher Flynn…

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