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Robert Humphrey

Author: Robert Humphrey

The IoT Opportunity: Dell Technologies

Sep. 18, 2017

Next up in the IoT Opportunity series is Andy Rhodes, VP IoT Commercial Solutions at Dell Technologies. We’re excited to feature one of our partners on this program, let alone one of the largest Internet of Things (IoT) companies in the world. Andy is a wealth of knowledge around IoT and provides great insights into…

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Robert Humphrey

Author: Robert Humphrey

The IoT Opportunity: Level 3

Sep. 12, 2017

I’m pleased to feature Dale Drew, CSO of Level 3 Communications, as the latest interview in the IoT Opportunity series brought to you by ForgeRock and Hot Topics. A telecommunications IT veteran, Dale has seen it all when it comes to enterprise security risks and has great insight to share around securing the IoT. Check…

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John Donovan

Author: John Donovan

Until Next Time, Sydney!

Aug. 28, 2017

Each year, our Identity Live summit series travels around the world to see our prospects, customers and partners. Australia may be the location that’s farthest afield, so it was fantastic to host the extended ForgeRock team and our guests in Sydney a couple of weeks ago for the 2017 edition of Identity Live. Sydney was filled…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Welcome to Life at the Edge

Aug. 10, 2017

Last week, TechCrunch ran an interesting feature on the rise of edge computing. Much of the article focused on a hypothesis that Peter Levine, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and many others have championed: that cloud computing will soon be surpassed by edge computing, where real-time processing occurs at the connected device level. The argument…

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Robert Humphrey

Author: Robert Humphrey

The IoT Opportunity: KPN

Jun. 27, 2017

You’ve heard it all before. The internet of things (IoT) has arrived, it’s massive, it’s going to change everything, and you need to act now. But going beyond the top 10 lists, surveys, consultant white papers, and best practices guides, what’s really interesting is what the leaders of serious IoT initiatives at some of the…

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Tom Ammirati

Author: Tom Ammirati

The Future is Now…

Jun. 26, 2017

I fully believe that we, as consumers, business leaders, and citizens of the world, can have a profound impact on how technology will play out in the daily lives of future generations. Over the last 30 years, there have been arguably three major milestones in technology: a) the migration from mainframe to client server computing, b)…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Talking Trends Part 3 – The Media Movement and Digital Health

Jun. 15, 2017

The conclusion of my three part blog series on the KPCB Internet Trends Report 2017. Here I consider the changing media landscape and rise of digital health. The New Media Movement The Internet Trends report also explores how media has evolved as music and video move to on-demand, subscription models. There’s been a fundamental shift in…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Talking Trends of Today and Thinking of Tomorrow (Part 1)

Jun. 9, 2017

The annual KPCB Internet Trends report by Mary Meeker and team was released last week and as usual, it’s the buzz of the tech world. Filled with interesting insights, I think the report gives a good snapshot of the state of the technology sector today – especially around what’s happening with the Internet, digital advertising,…

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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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Aron Kozak

Author: Aron Kozak

Industry 4.0 and the Role of Identity and Access Management

May. 11, 2017

Industry 4.0: One of the hotter topics in industrial computing, refers to the creation and usage of “smart factories.” The term Industry 4.0 was initially coined in 2011 as part of the German government’s strategy around the digitization of the manufacturing industry. As a concept it’s evolved somewhat, having also grown to include some of…

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