Todd McKinnon, CEO and founder of Okta, talks about the road ahead and the future of identity and access management in the cloud.
Stories by Eric Knorr
Today's work-from-home world has given us a glimpse of the future, as articles from CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, and Network World illustrate.
Five articles examine the challenges faced by leaders across all segments of IT – and the solutions that have made a difference.
The future of enterprise tech won't be confined to the data centre mothership -- nor even the public cloud.
IT leaders are already starting to reap the rewards promised by AI and machine learning -- and a recent survey reveals half are considering greater investment as we hit economic headwinds.
Analytics has made itself indispensable for everything from business planning to infrastructure optimization. A set of five articles brings the broad benefits of data-derived insights to life.
As cloud adoption hits another growth spurt, companies are discovering the power of mixing and matching cloud services into solutions that address almost any business need.
Just when we needed it most, IoT is delivering gobs of data and remote device control across almost every industry, from healthcare to agriculture.
Enterprises are going all-in with containers and microservices, building and updating better apps at a faster clip than ever before.
CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, and Network World tackle the hot security issues, from prioritising risk to securing digital transformation.
In an exclusive interview, HPE CEO Antonio Neri unpacks his portfolio of tech initiatives, from edge computing to tomorrow’s memory-driven architecture.
Surprisingly, Office Web applications run in Firefox and Safari, not just Internet Explorer. Far less shocking: You won't get Office Web apps free and clear as you do Google apps. According to Senior Communications Director Janice Kapner, the pricing details have yet to be worked out, but she expects that an advertising-supported version will be available through Office Live, with volume licensing and subscription-based options for business customers.
Project Big Green is IBM's sprawling initiative to increase the energy efficiency of IT. In May 2007, Big Blue announced that it would redirect no less than US$1 billion per year to Big Green, which applies both to solutions IBM offers to customers and to the company's own internal IT operations.
With the announcement of Salesforce SOA, Salesforce.com promises "SOA as a service". That's an awfully grandiose claim as SOA is a business-driven approach to organising an entire enterprise's software functionality, not any one vendor's technology.