List: Learn about Baramundi Software, Elastica, 10Duke, Okta and Infinidat.
IP Expo, one of the biggest IT trade shows in the world, will feature a range of big hitters. But what about the smaller companies and those new to the UK market? CBR has put together a list of some of the most promising.
1. Baramundi Software
This Munich-headquartered company offers a device management offering used by 1500 companies in Germany, with a UK launch scheduled for 2016.
The software company already serves clients including Mazda and Coca-Cola. Its integrated solution allows secure management of PC-clients, servers, mobile devices and Macs.
Elastica launched in the UK earlier this year, and in April partnered with Cisco to bring its cloud security solution to Cisco customers.
The company works in the cloud access service broker market, expected by Gartner to be key in the security-as-a-service market by 2017. These are on-premises or cloud-based security policy enforcement points placed between cloud users and cloud providers to interject enterprise security policies upon access.
This UK and Finland-based company was founded to build solutions to meet the cost and flexibility requirements of 21st century online applications.
10Duke boasts a record of zero application server crashes and has delivered over 40 systems. High-profile clients include the BBC, Top Gear, Arsenal F.C. and Ben and Jerry’s.
The integrated identity management and mobility management service, now valued at $1.2 billion, helps users to securely access applications from any device.
Okta has a roster of over 2000 customers, with big-hitters including Adobe, Chiquita, LinkedIn and Western Union. Last month the company closed another round where it won $75 million in funding from existing shareholders.
Infinidat is another company that recently cemented itself as a tech ‘unicorn’ (valued at over $1 billion). Spearheaded by Moshe Yanai, it raised $150 million in April in Series B funding.
As its name suggests, the company aims to provide scalable data storage solutions to enterprises as the growth of digital data in enterprises outpaces storage capacity.