identity

Emphasis on cloud computing, eGovernment, citizen and national e-identities, open identity initatives, law, policy, standards-based identity infrastructures, and secure information sharing and collaboration.

Browse by Tags

Related Posts
  • Blog Post: The Architect Journal-Identity and Access (2009)

    In this issue, we invite you to think about the identity architecture in your organization. Identity management today is evolving from the single, isolated scenario to a federated one, in ways which may surprise you; a comprehensive look at the evolving role of Identity.
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at the European Identity Conference and Cloud Summit 2010 in Munich, Germany

    The European Identity Conference & Cloud Summit 2010 , in Munich, Germany kicks-off next week, check out our session below! Hosted by Kuppinger Cole & Partners Our Sessions Kim Cameron 05/04/2010 17:00-17:30 Federated Directory meets Minimal Disclosure: Mortal...
  • Blog Post: An introduction to Active Directory Federation Services 2.0 and the Cloud (2010)

    Active Directory® Federation Services 2.0 (AD FS 2.0) helps IT enable users to collaborate across organizational boundaries and easily access applications on-premises and in the cloud while enhancing application security. It does this by streamlining user access and supporting interoperability and development...
  • Blog Post: A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control (2010)

    A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control: claims provide an innovative approach for building applications that authenticate and authorize users. Imagine a world where you don't have to worry about authentication. Imagine instead that all requests to your application already include the information...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at Burton Group's Catalyst Conference 2010 - Prague, CZ

    Please join us on June 21-25, as Kim Cameron, Microsoft Chief Identity Architect presents a session on Microsoft and the future of Identity Modern business has broken through the brick walls of the building; modern IT has not kept up. If IT is going to continue to support the business, it is...