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  • Powered By Coffee helps WordPress scale with FusionAuth

    Stewart Ritchie is a FusionAuth partner as well as founder and managing director at the agency Powered By Coffee. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet the auth needs of their clients.

  • Takeaways from Identiverse 2021: Covid thoughts, FIDO and more

    Identiverse is an annual, vendor agnostic identity and access management (IAM) conference. I attended the 2021 incarnation in person last week and wanted to share a few takeaways.

  • How to mitigate risk when your auth vendor gets acquired

    Authentication is an integral part of your application, and as such the acquisition of your auth vendor isn’t like other acquisitions. It could mean many things for your business, and you’ll have to decide how to respond accordingly.

  • Sunfinity self hosts FusionAuth for a "huge win in control, productivity and cost"

    Matthew Reschke is a FusionAuth community member and CIO at Sunfinity Renewable Energy. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • Why use a standardized auth protocol?

    Software applications regularly need to gain access to data from other services on behalf of their users. An application may need to grab a list of user’s contacts from a third-party service, such as their Google contacts. Or it might need to access a user’s calendar so the application can create calendar entries for the user. Larger organizations often require employees to have passwordless access to all the applications and services needed to do their jobs.