Okta: Beware of hidden costs

Stuart Sumner
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Often the true cost of an IT solution is hidden. says Okta
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Often the true cost of an IT solution is hidden. says Okta

Remember the IT iceberg, says cloud identity and access management vendor, with 15 per cent of many products being the purchase cost and 85 per cent of cost being hidden, below the water line

IT leaders need to be aware of hidden costs, which can account for as much as 85 per cent of the financial outlay with certain products over time. That's according to Max Faun, head of European Consulting...

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