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Cloud Directory Platform Provider JumpCloud Lands $75 Million Series E

Denver-based JumpCloud announced that funds managed by BlackRock led its $75 million Series E funding, with participation from existing investor General Atlantic. Remote work drives continued shifts away from legacy and domain-driven IAM solutions and JumpCloud offers a modern cloud-based directory that enable Zero Trust models JumpCloud has now raised over $165 million, and is strongly positioned for rapid growth as it serves accelerating demand for a modern, cloud based directory and Zero Trust access model. The funding…

JumpCloud Improves User Identity Lifecycle Management with Slack, Salesforce, GitHub, Atlassian, and AWS Integrations

JumpCloud announced new integrations that provide IT admins easier user identity lifecycle management across multiple applications from a single platform. These new integrations with Slack, Salesforce, Atlassian, GitHub, and AWS provide streamlined user management to the most common business applications, reducing the time IT admins spend onboarding and offboarding users from hours to minutes. Marketing Technology News: Anzu Appoints Former Activision Blizzard Executive Ruben Dehouck As A New Strategic Advisor…

JumpCloud Completes Platform-agnostic MFA for Core Operating Systems With Release of Windows MFA

JumpCloud, the world's first Directory-as-a-Service, announced the release of multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Windows platforms. The Windows MFA release completes its platform-agnostic MFA offering for the core operating systems IT admins manage (Windows, Mac, and Linux), and comes standard with JumpCloud's Free, Pro, and Build Your Own Directory™ plans at no extra cost. According to Security Magazine, a compromised password that leads to a breach can cost a business over $1 million. User credentials are…

Mediaops Offers Conference Disaster Plans Amid Growing Coronavirus Concerns

Virtual Event Capabilities Allow Event Organizers to Afford Attendees, Speakers and Sponsors a Near Identical Experience to In-Person Physical Events  Amid growing concerns over the spreading coronavirus, MediaOps, the leading global media platform for technical communities, is now offering a Conference Disaster Plan (CDP) aimed at providing conference organizers with a virtual event platform and capability that is nearly identical to the experience of an in-person physical event. MediaOps has produced more than 10…