US agribusiness Wilbur-Ellis is using Okta's single sign-on technology not only to harmonize login to its mix of cloud and on-premise apps, but also to help enable its own proprietary mobile apps.
The IT services industry is sticking its collective head in the sand over the impact that the shift to the cloud will have on its future revenues and staffing levels.
Enterprise identity and access management vendor Sailpoint has rebuilt its entire product set for the cloud to help manage SaaS and mobile apps. But are large organizations ready to manage identity in the cloud?
Workplace fittings and furniture maker Steelcase has not only upgraded its technology to ease access to cloud apps, it's also rearranging its workplaces to help employees be more productive with them
Fifteen person French startup RunMyProcess will be a crucial component in pivoting global IT giant Fujitsu to become a cloud powerhouse. Unless it gets crushed in the attempt ...
Japanese computer giant Fujitsu is aiming to ride the next wave in cloud computing to rival the success of companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Salesforce.com as a cloud provider in the enterprise market.
With 30 contenders already named in the pan-European EuroCloud Awards contest, a picture is emerging of the current state of cloud computing in Europe and how it competes on a global stage.
Browser-based apps remain the poor cousin on mobile platforms, even in the HTML5 era. Physical limitations at a technology level mean that native apps will retain a huge performance advantage for years to come.
Five years after launching an online community to interact with its members and the public, the professional association for accountants in England and Wales reviews the impact.
Six years ago, expense management vendor webexpenses decided to practice what it preached and shut down its London office base. Here's how it coped with the shift to virtual operations.
Corporate fraud and compliance investigator Guidepost is using a cloud-based 'smart data' system to speed analysis of terabytes of data and achieve better results for less cost.
Increasing use of cloud applications alongside existing apps makes for multiple logins and management headaches. Okta and other cloud access management vendors think they have the solution.
Why is that we expect standards to surface perfectly formed at the first attempt? Vendors are allowed trial and error when innovating products. Enterprises deserve the same leeway to develop buyside specifications.