Month: February 2012

Dreaming of the Ethical Treatment of APIs

Anyone following me on Twitter is well aware of my stance on AddressBookGate. While the tech world’s initial outrage was being directed at Path, I felt that a more balanced conversation would also lay some culpability at the feet of Apple and other API platforms that were exposing data to applications like Path without any

Conflation or Confusion? You Decide

RWW Enterprise just covered the latest update of PingFederate in an article titled It’s PingFederate 6.6 Versus “Identity as a Service”. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to comment on some details that made me cringe, so naturally this blog post was born. Please note that this is not about PingFederate in specific, a product

Live Webcast: Reduce your IDM Operating Costs Using IDaaS

Time and time again, we hear from organizations that are struggling with the task of managing their IAM deployments. Budget overruns and unexpected expenses, the difficulty of finding and retaining IAM specialists, the inability of an overtaxed IT department to keep up with the constant adjustments and demands on the program – these are just