Five critical questions to ask your identity provider

How to distinguish best-of-breed identity

Five critical questions to ask your identity provider - whitepaper from Okta
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While it's frustrating to be unexpectedly side lined by complex identity challenges, the identity and access management (IAM) layer of your environment can’t be ignored.

If you want your business to grow, you have to be able to truly focus on innovation and differentiation, and managing IAM is a key part of that. However, it's especially difficult if you're working within the stifling limitations of identity software that contains decades of technical debt. Legacy architecture creates a massive attack surface, limits high availability, and hinders your applications choices. 

Drive future growth with a modern identity partner that fits your needs. 

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