Meet the Expert: CloudLock Interviews OneLogin VP of Product David Meyer

January 21st, 2016   /     /   company news, product and technology

Much has changed since traditional IM was introduced, with businesses on-boarding more cloud than on-premise apps, and more work getting done on phones than desktops. This requires a new breed of Identity Management where applications can be added in minutes instead of weeks, while keeping business data secure.

Our own David Meyer, VP Product and a 20-year veteran with a background of bringing cloud software to the most demanding companies in the world, spoke with our technology partner CloudLock about his focus on building the future of identity at OneLogin.

The conversation centered around IDaaS (or Identity-as-a-Service), and how it’s different from traditional IM (identity management) solutions. Questions included “How is Identity as a Service (IDaaS) different from traditional identity management services?” and “What do organizations care about when it comes to identity management in the cloud?” intended to shed light on the evolving nature of identity management services.

David’s responses are based on his collaboration with our innovative customers spanning a myriad of industries and company sizes, who have been telling us that their business runs in real-time, and thus their identity infrastructure need to do so as well. Click here to read the full blog post.

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Vera Sparre is a passionate B2B2C marketer with an extensive background in enabling decision makers in High Tech, Mobile and SaaS. Vera has a comprehensive history of empowering businesses through holistic, omni-channel campaigns, and has worked in a number of high level marketing positions at corporations including Microsoft, Charles Schwab, Adobe and multiple SaaS Startups. As the Sr. Director of Demand Generation at Onelogin, Vera focuses on effectively delivering information to targeted audiences, and enabling them to make buying decisions with confidence.

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