Dubai Airports technology chief Michael Ibbitson discusses its use of Okta's identity platform and why the aviation industry should break up identity silos
CIO Malcolm Whitehouse explains why going all-in with Aruba has helped university to be more secure and produce new services for its users
Swiss financial services juggernaut picked Okta over Ping and Microsoft because of its flexibility and passwordless roadmap
Malcolm Whitehouse, previously DWP director for Universal Credit, blames disregard for user feedback and inadequate operations for the project’s issues.
The UK recipe box delivery company has used AWS from the outset and CTO Shaun Pearce explains why the company relies on the company as it doubles in size every year.
AWS bill for March 2015 in multi-cloud was $83,000, and for March 2019 on AWS Lambda it’s $5000. Comic Relief explains why AWS has reduced stress for the charity.
The department’s new digital leader is changing BEIS’s operating model to better support policy teams
The company began working with AWS as part of its Naked Wines acquisition and has expanded its use from there.
How Guardian Life’s shift to AWS enabled it to go agile, cut costs and partner with insuretech start-ups
158-year old insurer Guardian Life underwent a huge transformation that saw it turn off the lights to its data centers and enhance the way it worked with insuretech start-ups
CIO Doug Gardner says AWS has helped the company transition to an agile, digital retailer.
Expedia has gone all-in on AWS which means business unit Hotels.com can power more of its decision making using Spark and TensorFlow for machine learning
AWS customers say Amazon should do more to democratize its technology such as machine learning as well as helping to build cloud skills
A cloud native policy is helping the UK government to increase adoption and innovation, according to delegates at AWS Summit in London.