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The CEO behind one of the hottest IPOs of 2019 just helped email startup Front raise $59 million in a push to reinvent business email and take on Micr...
Front is taking on Outlook and Gmail with a team based approach to email. It just got a big vote of confidence from top execs in its same space.
$14 billion Okta adds a former PepsiCo exec to its board so its leadership can hear the ‘voice of the customer’
Okta added former PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble executive Robert L. Dixon, Jr. to its board of directors. Here's why Dixon looks forward to the gig.
$10 billion identity startup Okta launches a $50 million venture capital fund to invest in startups using blockchain and AI
Okta announced a $50 million fund to invest in the next generation of identity startups using AI, machine learning and blockchain.
Unified access management startup OneLogin has raised over $170 million in total. Here's how it plans to take on Microsoft and Okta.
She helped one company define a new market. Now, former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau is joining $7.4 billion Okta to do it again
Identity management company Okta welcomed former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau to its board of directors on Thursday.
Okta, the company that helps employees log in to their corporate apps, soars 16% on major earnings and revenue beat
Okta reported GAAP revenues of $94.6 million, up 57% from the year before and adjusted losses of $0.15 per share.
I followed the CEO of $5.7 billion Okta around and learned the secrets of a tech conference that landed President Obama as a speaker
We followed Okta CEO Todd McKinnon around the Oktane '18 conference — which culminated in a special appearance by President Barack Obama.
Most people's ideas of how the government works begin and end with the DMV, President Barack Obama joked at a recent public appearance at the Okta Oktane '18 conference.
Obama sounds off on the need for Silicon Valley tech companies to be regulated and improve the way they handle data breaches
Former president Barack Obama said on stage at an Okta conference in Las Vegas that both tech companies and lawmakers in Washington need to be more "proactive" in figuring out "a framework" for future regulation.
Workday, the HR platform, is sending its employees weekly surveys to weed out bad managers and catch bad office behavior
BI PRIME: Workday CIO Diana McKenzie said that the company started the survey as a way keep company culture in check.