I know I’ve been the Old Man of Novato, ranting about context all these years, but the market, the industry, and—most importantly—the technology are finally evolving toward this direction. For the longest time, it was just me and the usual suspects in academia and elsewhere, muttering in our corners about the Semantic Web, but now..

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Welcome to the sixth post of my series in response to Ian Glazer’s video on killing IAM in order to save it (AKA my Russian novel on identity, security, and context :)). We’ve looked at a lot of the issues surrounding identity today, and if you’ve been following along, my perspective on how to solve..

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We’re very pleased to announce that the RadiantOne 6.1 federated identity service is available now, ahead of schedule! The latest version is a big step forward for RadiantOne, meeting our longstanding vision of a single product that federates access and identity alike. We take pride in a decade of expertise harnessing identity virtualization to solve..

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I’ve been blogging in response to Ian Glazer’s video about killing IAM in order to save it (I’m in favor of saving, even if we don’t agree on the killing part). Get caught up on my earlier posts here, here, here, and here. A Millions Paths to Everywhere: The Internal Authentication Challenge As we discussed..

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I ran into Ian Glazer at last week’s Gartner IAM conference. It was an excellent event, and the weather was so cold in London (or perhaps that’s just my inner Californian talking) that the crowd was even more attentive than usual. Although he had places to go and people to see, Ian gave me some..

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