Campus Consortium Announces New Sponsor: Identity Leader Okta

August 11, 2021: Campus Consortium, a global nonprofit education association, confirmed today that Okta, the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, will sponsor EdTalk Webinar titled “Identity and Access Management is Essential for Students, Faculty and Staff” on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm ET.

Okta will be featured in an informative and interactive discussion about identity and access management (for students, faculty and staff accounts) for online learning and administrative work. With an increase in distance and hybrid learning, access to remote systems and services are more important than ever. Institutions must provide attentive service and superior experience to students. Topics will include permanent changes caused by the pandemic, changing trends in education and best practices. Okta works closely with educational institutions and understands teaching, learning and business processes on campus. Campus Consortium brings innovative and affordable educational technology to its members.

Okta is the leading provider of identity for the enterprise. It provides companies with customer and workforce identity solutions, including SSO, MFA, and Universal Directory, which offers IT and security teams a single place to manage all their user identities. Okta also provides zero trust access management for infrastructure, giving organizations more control over user permissions. With customer identity, and its recent acquisition of Auth0, Okta also offers developers the ability to focus on creating a great user experience.

“We are very delighted to extend a Sponsorship opportunity to Okta. Identity management is one of the most strategic investments an organization will make today. Companies like Okta support and understand the education sector, they have the ability and desire to make enterprise technology accessible to large and small institutions. With Okta as our partner, we continue to provide innovation and value to our education members,” said Karl Horvath, Ph.D., President of Campus Consortium.

Shayna Williams, Regional Marketing Manager, Higher Education of Okta said, “Sponsoring Campus Consortium, which supports higher education and K-12 school districts, is a great opportunity for us to connect with the most innovative minds in education. We look forward to sharing our expertise and solutions with the Campus community.“

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EdTalk Date: Thursday, August 26, 2021


Access our previous Campus Consortium EdTalks:


EdTalk on Overcoming Challenges That Prevent Technology Adoption For K-12 Schools

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EdTalk on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Is Your Campus Prepared for Online DEI?

This pandemic has created an opportunity for educators to improve the online learning process and explore how educational experience can be enhanced using best practices. Campus Consortium help members of the education community understand accessibility and DEI as it relates to cloud applications, instructional technology, and student experience. This EdTalk focused on Digital DEI and Accessibility for educational institutions.


EdTalk on Google Workspace for Education: Secure Collaboration in Higher Education with Google

Since the Pandemic, services that were nice to have are now essential and likely there will be permanent changes and requirements in the years ahead. With an increase in distance and hybrid learning, security concerns have heightened.

About Campus Consortium: 

Founded in 2003, the Campus Consortium is a leading nonprofit technology association with hundreds of institutions and organizations in the Education and Healthcare sectors. The Campus Consortium mission is to help members reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared resources, lessons learned, and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel when adopting new technologies.

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