Wow! Pokemon is back, and how! Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, whether you’re playing or not, Pokemon has entered your life again. But the bigger news around this latest craze has actually been the security and privacy flaws uncovered.
We created the Bitium API to equip developers with the full functionality of our identity management services. To enhance your team’s experience while using Bitium, here are some helpful things you can do with our API:
Today is national Embrace Your Geekness Day and you might be asking yourself what you should be embracing as your unique “geekness.” The reigning assumption of the day is that we all have something in our lives that we’re passionate about that earns us geek credentials. Whether that be an interest in technology or trivia, comics or gaming, today is an opportunity to challenge yourself and dive just a little bit deeper into those waters.
Today is National Workaholics Day! While a number of us here at Bitium identify with the workaholic mindset, as a company we believe working hard should always be paired with working smart. In fact, our mission is built around the intention to improve productivity and efficiency through a cloud-forward approach.
At Bitium, we understand that organizations need to evaluate every detail before making a commitment to purchase a solution. While some of you may feel plugged into the Bitium product after our recent blog post, we want to take you behind the scenes and share some lesser known facts about Bitium, our leadership team and board of directors.
Tomorrow is International Panic Day. Not sure why it would be on a Saturday since weekends should be the least panicked of all days, but I digress.
As a cloud-forward company, we are constantly updating and iterating. Every week, there are new features added and tweaks made to Bitium in order make the experience even better for our customers. We thought we would share some of these latest and favorite features with you and your business so you can leverage Bitium to its fullest and be even more productive and protected.
Today is National YoYo Day. YoYos mean different things to different people. Some people fondly remember the round toy with a string that so simply amused many of us well before Minecraft was invented.
Today is the first Friday the 13th of the year, and apparently someone decided it is also Blame Someone Else Day. Don’t ask me, wasn’t my idea. Some might view this as an opportunity to, well, blame someone else when something goes wrong. We though, are taking the opportunity to help make sure there’s no need to blame someone else when it comes to managing and accessing your cloud apps.
Once upon a time, creating your digital identity was an exciting occasion. Do you remember setting up your first email accounts? They were most likely personality-driven usernames paired with passwords full of personal touches, like a pet's name or the street you grew up on followed by your lucky number. Now, in our current state of app overload, it's hard to imagine reveling in the opportunity to create more usernames and passwords, but on World Password Day, we're taking advantage of this opportunity to celebrate our dear old friend, the password, by giving it some time-off.
It’s time to take advantage of the season and initiate some Spring Cleaning activities! So many people associate the term with personal organization and decluttering, but when was the last time you and your team did Spring Cleaning within the organization to make you more productive?
Today is “Look Alike Day.” We have all learned through various experiences in life, that no two things are the same even if they look alike. Think identical twins with different personalities and interests, margarine and butter, Macs and PCs and identity platforms.
We are entering the final week of National Women’s History Month. Last week, we took a moment to salute some of our women-led customers. This week, we’d like to share some of our favorite apps in the Bitium App Catalog that were created or are led by females. While we can’t list them all (we have over 7,000 apps -- and counting!), here are just a few:
March is National Women’s History Month and provides an opportunity for us to pay tribute to the generations of women who make valuable contributions to society. Please join us in taking a moment to salute women in leadership roles at a few of our cloud-forward customers. As the cloud continues to permeate the corporate landscape, these forward-thinking women are paving the way for others, and helping to protect their organizations, partners, and customers along the way.
The Ides of March is upon us. But for the non-Roman History buffs or dictators out there, what does that mean today?
From Anthem and the IRS to Ashley Madison and Comcast, 2015 had some pretty eye-opening and extensive data breaches and hacks. These issues affected more than 169 million records across 781 breaches.
This is the final installment of my five-part series on the cloud-forward moment, its benefits and risks.
There are so many advantages to being a cloud-forward company – increased productivity, attracting and retaining talent, being more competitive and innovative, reducing costs – that it may seem odd that there are many companies who haven’t made the transition.
This is the fourth in my five-part series on the “cloud-forward” movement, its benefits and risks.
No matter what your industry, it’s likely the most critical competitive battle you face in today’s marketplace is the battle for talent. Whether you’re trying to find the right programmers, sales reps or product developers for your needs, it’s vital to your business success. So is keeping those talented people once they are on board, and getting the best out of them.
This is the third in my five-part series on the “cloud-forward” movement, its benefits and risks.
Cloud-forward companies are typically flexible, innovative and growing fast. They have great ideas for the marketplace that has attracted capital, talent and customers.
This is the latest in a five-part series on the “cloud-forward” movement, its benefits and risks.
It takes planning and a new way of thinking to become a cloud-forward business. Companies have to discard the status quo and take a new, user-centric approach to how IT resources are provided and managed.