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SaaS Product Updates
- Finally, an infosec administrator’s dream: Okta gives us a way to auto-nag users over their poor password choices in real-time.
- Asana gives you a good reason to give them and Slack more money: a new integration that puts conversations and tasks in one place.
- If you’re using Azure, you may like these updates to emulation, resource consumption based on access tiers, and more. We’d say something snarky about Microsoft, but we actually like Azure.
- Dropbox releases cool new mobile app features, including tools for teams and for quick access to important documents. It’s cool, but have we reached peak material design? You decide.
- Atlassian teaches us how to prepare for the remote-friendly future of work. Investing in sweatpants producers not mentioned.
Tips and Tricks
- Concur gives you good reasons why you should automate your AP process. Also, why you should sign up for Concur. From Concur.
- Google’s spreadsheet syncing offers one more reason to not secretly install Excel.
- Step 1. Use Segment to build consent management into your website in less than a week. Step 2. Oops it’s already May 25.
- If you use both Jira and Excel, this macro helps them work together better. Python developers now fervently working to automate by an additional 0.001 seconds.
- GDPR sucks, but this video from an expert at Workday may make it suck less.
- Google further incentivizes owning multiple phones with enforced password policies on their mobile device management product. Will cell phone holsters make a glorious return?
- Okta tutorial on building secure node authentication with Passport.js and OpenID Connect and I work in Marketing not IT, so I have nothing of value to add to this post. Please be gentle