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13 Questions You Must Ask When Integrating Office 365 With Active Directory

Many organizations have begun their push to the cloud with a handful of applications. Microsoft’s Office 365 offering is the driving force for many, but getting to the point where Office 365 is seamlessly integrated and ready for use is not a small project.

Choosing the Right Directory Integration Framework for Your Cloud Application Portfolio

Brian Desmond, a Microsoft MVP for Directory Services ten times over, and the author of the best selling book Active Directory 5th Edition, provides an overview of how to use AD FS to integrate Active Directory with Microsoft Azure Active Directory. Reference architectures for high availability scenarios are provided as well as a comparison of the Microsoft solution set with OneLogin.

wtpaper-13-questions-O365-thumbOneLogin 2014 State of SaaS Identity Management

This OneLogin and Cloud Security Alliance survey of 100 SaaS vendors will help you understand the pace at which SaaS companies are adopting standards like SAML, SCIM and SPML, how they integrate their applications with customers’ user stores, the status of their security certifications, and market drivers for all of the above.

Forrester Report: Rescue Your Identity And Access Management Function From Stagnation And Complacency

wtpaper-2014StateofSaaS-thmbUse the recommendations in this report to enable and maintain healthy change in your organization in order to improve your IAM functions and processes for better security, compliance, and competitiveness.

451 Research Report: Multidimensional IAM: new trends in enterprise security

As the Internet grows into a web of peer-to-peer and hierarchical relying parties, IAM offerings will have to keep pace and remain flexible. Now, more than ever, no organization is an island, nor is it flat, nor is it static. Multidimensional IAM is on its way.

2013 State of Cloud Application Access Survey Results

Adoption of cloud applications is growing rapidly; 78% of respondents plan to increase the number of cloud applications in 2013 and 35% will add at least four new apps. The vast majority of access to cloud applications involves mobile and BYOD. However, most organizations cited major concerns in areas of identity management, governance and complexity.

wtpaper-ForresterReport-thmbIDC BuyerPulse Analyst Research: OneLogin and New IAM Market Dynamics

IDC sees strong growth in what it calls the IAM SaaS market: $702.7 million in 2011, reaching $1.4 billion by 2016. So, what are some of the trends driving the growth of cloud-based single sign on IAM products like OneLogin? Learn about some of the key market trends that helped drive OneLogin’s 400% explosive growth in 2012.

451 Research Report: OneLogin touts indexless search for the cloud

“True innovation often comes through simplicity and reimagining a situation

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Government issued internet ID?

by causeimthesquid

Most people identify themselves online by juggling a long list user names and passwords. Most industry experts agree that this approach is hopelessly broken.
A few technologies have been invented to address the problem of online account overload, for example, the open standard OpenID, which lets people use a single credential to log in to multiple sites. Companies are also vying to fill the gap--Facebook, for instance, offers technology that lets people log into other Web sites using their Facebook credentials.
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Government has an identity plan for you!

by causeimthesquid

Most people identify themselves online by juggling a long list user names and passwords. Most industry experts agree that this approach is hopelessly broken.
A few technologies have been invented to address the problem of online account overload, for example, the open standard OpenID, which lets people use a single credential to log in to multiple sites. Companies are also vying to fill the gap--Facebook, for instance, offers technology that lets people log into other Web sites using their Facebook credentials.
Now the U.S. government is hoping to step in and improve the state of online identity management

Part 3

by pollopox

The degree of technical competence is inversely proportional to the level of management.
A difficult task will be halted near completion by one tiny, previously insignificant detail.
There is never time to do it right, but always time to do it over.
The remaining work to finish in order to reach your goal increases as the deadline approaches.
If there is ever the possibility of several things to go wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong.
If something breaks, and it stops you from doing something, it will be fixed when you no longer need it; are in the middle of something else; or don't want it to be fixed because now you don't want to do what you were supposed to do

Dateline Washington: EXTRA!!!

by yeah-its-true

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In an impressive white-knuckle performance on live television today, members of Congress spent several hours in a hearing room pretending to understand the Internet.
Beginning this morning, members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee devoted four hours to grilling Web-site contractors about site architecture, Web traffic, software, and other I.T. concepts about which their ignorance is nearly complete.
“As members of this committee, we are supposed to have a deep understanding of the technology involved in the health-care Web site,” said Chairman Fred Upton (R-Michigan)

Harvard Business School Press Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Professional Identity
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ZKTeco Brings Identity Management To Office Building in Jakarta  — findBIOMETRICS
Access control all around the world needs upgrading, and thanks to innovations in identity management technology it is finally able to reach the next step.

McGraw-Hill Before the Brand: Creating the Unique DNA of an Enduring Brand Identity
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