Best Practices: Password Management for the App Explosion

Best Practices: Password Management for the App Explosion

Sponsored by: Okta

Available On Demand

Many legacy applications must authenticate users locally, and therefore require password synchronization with core enterprise directories. New cloud-based applications work differently.  There are now easier ways to manage or sync passwords or completely eliminate them from downstream applications like Office 365, Google, Workday and more.

Attend this webinar to learn how to leverage password management to improve security without sacrificing user experience across all applications, legacy and cloud-based.  In this session, industry experts will discuss how to get all users password compliant and on the same policy and best practices for password syncing and vaulting. The topics covered here will include:

  • Password management across systems
  • Password syncing
  • Password vaulting

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Theresa Miller has been working as a technical expert in IT for over 20 years. She is a Citrix CTP, VMware vExpert, and has several other business and technical certifications as well. Her areas of expertise are in the areas of Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory, VMware, Citrix XenApp and XenDeskop. She has also done technical writing for Windows IT Pro, Pluralsight and several other sites. Theresa has also been invited to speak at conferences such as BriForum, E2E Virtualization Conference, and has led coordinated tech talks at Citrix Synergy. Theresa also has her own blog for sharing technical thoughts at, and you can find her on twitter @24x7itconnect 

Ed Sawma is Director of Product Marketing at Okta where he manages the core identity business and the business value program.  After starting his career in IT consulting, with a focus on system integration and security, Ed led product marketing globally for mobile applications at Motorola.  Prior to Okta, he worked on Microsoft’s IPTV platform.  Ed has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, both from Northwestern University.