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Game of Thrones, House of Cards and the Enterprise User Experience

Like most offices on Monday mornings, ours tends to be abuzz with talk of Sunday night television. We have a faction of Game of Thrones fans, some Walking Dead-heads and our marketing team is anxiously awaiting the second season of Netflix’s House of Cards. And that’s only part of the reason why we enjoyed our CEO Todd McKinnon’s latest…

Placing My Bets: A Year of Firsts in the Cloud for 2012

Today, in Forbes, I offer my predictions for what’s to come in cloud during 2012. It will be a year of firsts: major acquisitions, rapid cloud adoption, a new class of cloud employees and major security breaches are all in store. Here’s a preview: 1. More Clouds Across Businesses Everywhere Over the past few years, we’ve seen cloud technologies…

20/20 Hindsight: A Look Back at My 2011 Predictions

It’s that time of year again. With 2012 upon us, industry leaders, writers and analysts are all placing their bets for what’s to come during the next 365 days. I’m expecting this to be a year of first for the cloud, but let's save my 2012 predictions for tomorrow. For now, I’d like to take a look back at my 2011 predictions to see how I fared. 1…

Top 11 Cloud Computing Predictions for 2011

Okta CEO, Todd McKinnon, has a great set of cloud computing predictions for 2011 over on Forbes.com. The whole article, with explanations of each prediction, is definitely worth a read, but here is a quick preview: On-demand enterprise software revenue will break the $10B barrier The unemployment rate for top talent will remain at 0% 2011 is the…

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