Integrating the New Identity While Evolving Your Existing Identity Right at the beginning of the year, I introduced you to Radiant’s Great Migration map, our vision for the identity landscape of today and tomorrow. I’d like to follow up that discussion with a series of posts about the importance of integrating IDaaS cloud services and..
What’s in a Name? Everything… Some years ago, we put together a fun little map that shows some of the dangers our customers face in the treacherous waters of Identity Management. But now, after meeting with our customer advisory board during the recent Gartner IAM event in Las Vegas, we’ve had to expand the map..
How a Federated ID Hub Helps You Secure Your Data and Better Serve Your Customers Welcome back to my series on bringing identity back to IAM. Today we’re going to take a brief look at what we’ve covered so far, then surf the future of our industry, as we move beyond access to the world..
Welcome back to part three in my latest blog series about bringing identity back to IAM. And when I say bringing identity back, I do not mean just to the periphery—at Radiant, we believe identity should be right at the center of your organization. That’s right, it’s time for the hub discussion. Now, we’ve had..
Welcome back—let’s continue where we left off in my last post, looking at bringing identity back to IAM. I was comparing notes on use cases and best practices with Nick Nikols of Gartner recently and came to some conclusions that might appear quite paradoxical—heretical, even! Although federation divides the work between an identity provider (IdP)..
That’s right—we’re bringing identity back… 😉 There is no doubt that IT in general and IAM in particular are facing a sea of change. The disruption of the cloud, along with the emergence and explosion of new devices and form factors, is creating the kind of turbulent environment where major opportunities can be exploited—and major..
Welcome to my third post about the recently announced Windows Azure Active Directory (AKA the hilariously-acronymed “WAAD”), and how to make WAAD work with your infrastructure. In the first post, we looked at Microsoft’s entry into the IDaaS market, and in the second post we explored the issues around deploying WAAD in a Microsoft-only environment—chiefly,..
Are you ready for more Microsoft? A couple weeks ago, I posted an overview of the recent Windows Azure AD (WAAD) and Access Panel announcement that heralded Microsoft’s entry into the IDaaS market. In it, I looked at Sean Deuby’s excellent article on the WAAD news, as well as his analysis of Microsoft’s hybrid identity..