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Businesses at work

An in-depth look into how organisations and people work today, and the apps & services they use to be productive

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As businesses emerge from the disruptions of the pandemic, the temporary work solutions have become more long-term, fuelling the need for better collaboration, clearer communication, and stronger security.

This eighth annual Businesses at Work report looks at more than 14,000 global Okta customers and the apps and solutions they’re using to address these concerns, including productivity suites and development tools that focus more on security and capacity.

Download this report now to discover the key findings including:

  • The most popular apps for collaboration and security
  • The engagement tools supporting dynamic work
  • And the rise of the multi-cloud

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