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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.

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  • Blog Post: A Microsoft Perspective on Privacy in the Cloud Computing Era (2009)

    Cloud computing raises a number of important policy questions concerning how people, organisations, and governments handle information and interactions in this environment. However, with regard to most data privacy questions as well as the perspective of typical users, cloud computing reflects the evolution...
  • 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: Trust in the Information Society

    Members of the team participated as panelists in the Trust in the Information Society conference in Leon, Spain (February 10-11, 2010). One of the sessions focused on identity as a collaborative foundation , by Microsoft’s distinguished engineer, Kim Cameron. A webcast of the conference is also available...
  • Blog Post: Establishing End to End Trust (2008)

    Creating a safer, more trusted Internet - It is not an overstatement to say that the Internet has transformed the way we live. Social networking represents the new town square; blogging has turned citizens into journalists, and e-commerce sites have spurred global competition in the marketplace. But...