Okta announces partnerships with VMware, Facebook
Okta and VMware (VMW) report an organization that incorporates VMware’s computerized workspace stage Workspace ONE and Okta’s Identity Cloud.
Okta likewise reports that Workplace by Facebook (FB – 0.5%) has joined the Okta Project Onramp as an inaugural accomplice. The Onramp program enables IT experts to discover, set up, and give specialists access to applications and administrations through the Okta dashboard.
Working environment by Facebook propelled in 2016 yet at the same time needs to pull in huge endeavor customers. The Okta association ties Facebook’s workspace cooperation administration to a significant number of the cloud applications utilized by undertakings.
Okta shares are up 0.1% to $48.56.
In a statement, Okta Co-Founder and CEO Todd McKinnon said: “Businesses need to equip their employees with the best tools and ensure their data is secure while doing so. As a result, IT leaders not only have to connect to and manage a variety of cloud apps and on-premises solutions, they also need to balance ease of use and security.”
In his own statement, Noah Wasmer, Senior Vice President and General Manager of End-User Computing at VMware, said: “A digital workspace platform can provide the freedom and efficiency for employees to choose how and where they want to work. However, delivering a great end-user experience and security across a variety of device platforms while leveraging existing investments remains a challenge. We’re excited to partner with Okta to deliver advanced identity capabilities for the digital workspace, and empower customers with maximum choice and the flexibility needed to get the job done.”