12 Trends Show What You Need to Modernize Workforce IAM
Within the past decade, there has been an explosive combination of technology, ingenuity, and social change — culminating in twelve workforce trends that are actively and interdependently shaping how business and work gets done. To attract and retain top talent and be a viable competitor in the market, organizations must be equipped to address each. Unfortunately, addressing today’s trends presents real challenges to current organizational ecosystems and system environments.
Read Modernizing Workforce IAM: Why It’s Time to Extend or Gradually Replace Legacy Identity and Access Management and learn:
-- 12 workforce trends influencing how work and business gets done
-- What identity and access management capabilities are needed to address today and tomorrow’s trends
-- Why legacy systems and homegrown solutions fall short
-- How ForgeRock lets you modernize IAM by extending or replacing your legacy systems, or as a new all-encompassing IAM platform
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Read 'The 8 Digital Transformation Trends Shaping Business in 2022' for:
• Examples and statistics on the eight digital transformation and consumer trends
• How to acquire customers faster, deliver great experiences, and protect consumers with enterprise-grade CIAM
• Why legacy and home-grown identity environments fall short of 2022's requirements
• Access to analyst reports and independent resources for continued learning
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