To succeed in the gaming industry, you need to provide a seamless user experience. Learn how to leverage modern technology to win and retain more customers.
The world’s worst password list of 2019 is out. What we learned will make you want to improve your company’s online security.
E-commerce sales are projected to climb to 10% of all retail revenue for the first time by the end of 2018, with consumers expected to spend a staggering $124.1 billion over the internet during the holiday season. With so much at stake, businesses need to offer superior online experiences to grow their market share.
Single sign-on authentication, or SSO, is becoming more commonplace as the digital revolution continues to evolve. With numerous benefits for customers and companies alike, SSO helps streamline user experience, aid movement between applications and services, and secure the transfer of pertinent information about customers between organizations.
In the past few years, customer identity and access management (CIAM) has been recognized as an independent solution, particularly compared to enterprise IAM. This recognition comes from both analyst firms and from some major acquisitions happening in the space.
The customer identity space is in a dynamic phase, with lots of activity around mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and investment. One notable event was the SAP acquisition of Gigya in late 2017. Now that a year has gone by, existing Gigya contracts are ending. Engineers are probably thinking that everything’s fine and that not much has changed with their customer identity solution. But as a leader, you should be worried. The Gigya technology may not have changed (yet) but the company that delivers it has changed significantly.