Ping Identity was declared a finalist in the international Cloud Computing Awards. The Ping Intelligent Identity Platform was shortlisted in the ‘Best Hybrid Cloud Solution’ category, highlighting its flexible deployment options to accommodate hybrid IT environments.
Since 2011, The Cloud Awards has sought to promote and
celebrate excellence and innovation in cloud computing. Entries are accepted
throughout the globe and across multiple industry sectors. Categories for the
2020-21 Cloud Awards include “Cloud Project of the Year,” “Security Innovation
of the Year,” “Best Cloud DR/Business Continuity Solution,” and ‘Best Hybrid
Cloud Solution’ where Ping Identity was listed.
Ping Identity’s Intelligent Identity Platform is
purpose-built to address the complex and unexpected challenges enterprises face
during today’s digital transformation acceleration. Ping provides flexible
deployment options to accommodate a range of hybrid IT environments, offering a
scalable and secure approach to cloud, regardless of where businesses are on
their digitalization journey.
“Customers expect frictionless digital experiences while businesses require a cloud identity partner which can meet their needs well into the future.” says Andre Durand, CEO of Ping Identity. “That’s why we design our solutions to deploy rapidly and give end-users a password less experience.”
Head of Operations for the Cloud Awards, James Williams, comments, “Ping Identity employs cloud technologies to deliver outstanding results – and is a deserving finalist in the 2020-21 Cloud Awards program.
“This year has been one unlike any other, posing uniquely
non-trivial challenges across every sector of industry. As we have seen across
so many of this year’s awards entries, the cloud has been pivotal in increasing
organizational efficiency to meet demands both anticipated and unforeseen.
“The Cloud Awards team have the near-impossible task of
marking the exceptional from the capable, and we can look forward to the final
winners being announced in 2021 – hopefully, a year less marked by such global
Hundreds of organizations entered and were shortlisted, with entries coming from across the globe, covering the Americas, Australia, Europe and the Middle East.