Google expands its identity management portfolio for businesses and developers

Today, at its Cloud Next event in London, it’s expanding this portfolio of Cloud Identity services with three new products and features that enable developers to adopt this way of thinking about identity’and access for their own apps and that make it easier for enterprises to adopt Cloud Identity and make it work with their existing solutions.

The highlight of today’s announcements, though, is’Cloud Identity for Customers and Partners, which is now in beta. While Cloud Identity is very much meant for employees at a larger company, this new product allows developers to build into their own applications the same kind of identity and access management services.

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  • Publisher: TechCrunch
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People on the Move including Peugeot, Tesco, J. Walter Thompson and more

This week has seen another wave of appointments and departures at brands, media owners and agencies. The Drum has rounded up the key moves from the EMEA, APAC and North America regions below.

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Peugeot has hired Martin Mall as UK marketing director. Prior to his move to Peugeot, Mall was European marketing director at Nissan.

He will replace Mark Pickles, who is moving to Peugeot’s Group Free2Move Lease business as commercial director.

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Tesco has hired Dunnhumby managing director Matt McLellan as customer propositions director. This move follows his predecessor Toby Horry’s departure last week.

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Malaysia could be the true heart of the ASEAN startup economy: Khairu Rejal, Rekanext

Khairu Rejal, the Managing Partner of Singapore-based Rekanext Capital Partners, is bullish on the prospects that a growing Indonesia presents and the opportunities for startups to pursue a city-to-city growth strategy as the leverage the growth of Indonesia’s middle class.

Rejal started his career in the startup ecosystem in at the Nanyang Technopreneurship Center (NTC)’now NTUitive’and later at Majuven, a Singapore-based venture capital firm focused on early-growth and high-tech companies in the biotechnology, healthcare, and sustainable solutions space.

In 2017, Rejal left to found Rekanext Capital Partners, which maintains offices in Singapore and Jakarta. Currently, he seeks out startup ventures across Indonesia, Malaysia as well as Philippines and Vietnam. The fund focuses on enterprise software and deep tech verticals.

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  • Publisher: Medium
  • Date: 2018-10-11T04:15:22.213Z
  • Author: Shiwen Yap
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