What makes a SaaS application ready for enterprise customers when it comes to identity? Between handling application security, user onboarding, and scalable, secure authentication practices, there’s much to consider and prepare before determining your app is “enterprise ready.”
|Posts in the enterprise-ready Devday23 presentation series|
|1. What Does It Mean to Be Enterprise Ready: Devday23 Keynote Enterprise Readiness|
|2. What Enterprises Look For: Devday23 Enterprise Customer Perspectives|
|3. How to Build an Enterprise-Ready MVP SaaS App|
|4. How to Take Your Enterprise-Ready SaaS App Beyond MVP|
Road to making your SaaS applications enterprise-ready
We recently hosted a half-day virtual conference covering this topic at WIC Devday 23. We launched the event with a keynote covering why enterprise readiness is essential and what considerations to take. We invited Arnab Bose, Chief Product Officer, Workforce Identity Cloud at Okta, to lead the important “Why” and “What” questions.
You can check out the keynote presentation here:
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Prepare your application for enterprise-ready identity. The “Setting the Bar for Enterprise-Grade Identity” whitepaper includes benchmarks you can use to enhance your secure management of your SaaS apps.
Get ready for more enterprise-ready content!
In the following weeks, watch for more posts featuring the conference presentations. You’ll learn more about what enterprises look for, authentication considerations, managing users, and elevating authentication mechanisms.
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