Identity Automation could not be where it is today without our team. Our people are the driving force behind Identity Automation’s successes, growth, and ability to adapt to the ever-changing technology landscape.
I’m thrilled to share our latest press release announcing the launch of the Identity Automation Partner Program - VIP as the next critical element of the Identity Automation 2.0 growth strategy, a targeted initiative to scale the business with increased focus on execution.
By now, we should all be aware of the inadequacies of passwords. Breach after breach, it's been made painfully clear that single-factor authentication is not enough. In fact, according to the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Report, over 80% of hacking related breaches are due to weak or stolen passwords.
At Harmony Public Schools (HPS), technology fills every aspect of the Texas-based network of public charter schools’ academic and operational environments. Over the past decade, HPS has tremendously expanded their technology use.
With mergers and acquisitions (M&A) on the rise, it’s likely that your company has either experienced an M&A already or will at some point. And you're also likely aware of the herculean effort that’s required of IT staff. Suddenly, IT is knee deep in integration efforts, such as onboarding acquired employees, consolidating domains, and integrating technology stacks. Let’s face it, cybersecurity is rarely the top priority.
Last month, Identity Automation’s top K12 education experts traveled to Portland, Oregon for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) 2019 Annual Conference. CoSN, a member-based association and advocacy group, spotlights emerging technologies to K12 EdTech leaders.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a complex discipline that encompasses a number of distinct tenants, such as multi-factor authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO), and identity lifecycle management (ILM). When it comes to IAM, organizations have widely varying levels of maturity. While some have full-featured, modern IAM solutions in place, others are just making the move to cloud- or SaaS-based applications and are still manually creating users and passwords.
As an IT professional, you know that an M&A comes with responsibility and expectations for your team. After the deal closes and the celebration is over, you and your team are just getting started. IT plays a huge role in the merging of two companies, and with the amount of time and money that goes into an M&A, your executive team expects a successful integration.
I’m pleased to share our latest press release announcing record advances in the first quarter of 2019 as part of our Identity Automation 2.0 growth strategy, a targeted initiative to scale the business with increased focus on execution.
The mergers & acquisitions (M&A) market is red hot, and there is a good chance your company will be involved in an M&A at some point in your career. The work that it takes to pull off a successful M&A, however, can be staggering, and 70-90 percent end up being considered abysmal failures.
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