ForgeRock Blog Archive

Tag: Digital Transformation

Tim Barber

Author: Tim Barber

What Does it Mean to be Identity Native in a 5G World?

Oct. 25, 2017

In a previous post I described an Identity Native organization as a company that has understood, either intuitively or by transformational design, that Identity needs to sit at the centre of everything in the digital world. The advent of 5G networks, combined with advances in digital identity technologies presents telecom carriers with an excellent new opportunity…

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John Donovan

Author: John Donovan

Allan Foster Will Talk ‘Power to the People’ at UnSummit Singapore

Sep. 14, 2017

Trust conquers all. And, if we aren’t on guard, it may endanger us all, too. As digital transformation spreads worldwide, more consumers are sharing more information than ever. That’s prompting regulatory bodies to look closely at how enterprises are handling this data. At the Singapore Identity UnSummit on September 19, our own Allan Foster will shed…

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Doug Norton-Bilsby

Author: Doug Norton-Bilsby

A New Approach to Retail: CPG Digital Brand Platforms

Jul. 9, 2017

Most consumer packaged goods brands still reach customers through traditional retail channels, but brands are dissolving, and brand identities are becoming blurred. The emerging economies which have propped up CPG revenue growth over the past five years have slowed, and mass markets are reaching saturation. So, how will CPG companies reinvent themselves in a digital…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Identity Live: On Tour in Austin

May. 15, 2017

A couple of weeks ago we took the band to Austin for the first stop of Identity Live, our global summit series. We had a great group of customers, prospects, and partners who all came to hear the latest on customer identity, privacy and consent, the internet of things, and other topics critical to digital…

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Ken Wattana

Author: Ken Wattana

Take a Bow, BBC

Feb. 22, 2017

You say you want a (streaming) revolution? The media world is being turned upside down. Traditional broadcasters are being disrupted by OTT streaming services like Netflix and Hulu while cord-cutting millennials ditch their TVs for their favorite mobile devices. So how does a venerable broadcaster like the BBC compete? With innovative new streaming services of…

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Eve Maler

Author: Eve Maler

Identity at RSA 2017 – Designing a New Consent Strategy for Digital Transformation

Feb. 15, 2017

Once again, the cybersecurity and privacy tech world is convened in San Francisco for the annual RSA Conference. From the keynotes and sessions I’ve attended so far this year, it’s clear cybersecurity is at a crossroads, driven in part by fast-moving developments in privacy regulations and the progress of the Internet of Things across many…

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John Pinson

Author: John Pinson

Identity Summit London – Social Recap & Photostream

Oct. 24, 2016

Our 2016 Identity Summit London took place last Wednesday, October 19th at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Square. The venue originated as the London Freemasons’ Tavern, dating to 1775 and feature an Italianate marble facade, historic sculpture, and rich architectural detail throughout. The Summit was ForgeRock’s most well-attended event outside of the U.S., with more…

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Ken Wattana

Author: Ken Wattana

Privacy Matters

Apr. 20, 2016

Pew Research released an interesting report earlier this year focusing on American attitudes towards privacy and information sharing in the digital world. Every day, people have to choose if they want to share their personal information with businesses and governments in exchange for access to a product or service. Pew found that willingness to share personal…

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Daniel Raskin

Author: Daniel Raskin

Creating an Uber Customer Experience Multiverse

Aug. 25, 2014

Last week Uber and Expensify inked a fascinating deal. The two services will seamlessly integrate so Expensify customers can now order Uber cars based on travel reservations submitted to Expensify. According to the joint announcement: “upon landing, an Uber can be automatically ordered to take the traveler straight to their destination, completing the “last mile”…

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