(My original title for this post was “Cardspace, We Hardly Knew Thee”, but Dave Kearns stole that by a nose). RSA is not the best conference for identity related news and topics, but there were more than a few interesting story lines that emerged last week (and no, I am not referring to what went
Dave Kearns recently took on the topic of how user-centric and enterprise-centric identity could possibly co-exist in his articles for the Network World Identity Management Newsletter. In his first post, he discussed what the difference between the two is – the need in the Enterprise scenario to have all identity-related transactions tied together from an
One of the big announcements at Catalyst that I twittered about was the formation of the Information Card Foundation (take that, OpenID). The purpose of the non-profit foundation is to promote the use of information cards as a secure way to present personal identity information on the web. The foundation has a power-packed set of
It’s been a while since I blogged. Not that there aren’t a wealth of topics to talk about, but because work here at Oracle has been keeping me so busy. The time right around a major product release (see my recent post about the release of OIM 9.1) is always busiest for me, because I
On Lost, one of my favorite shows on TV, the lead character is fond of saying “Live Together, Die Alone“. So much so that on one of the more recent episodes, one of the other characters told him “If you say that one more time, I’m gonna kill you” (I may be paraphrasing a bit).
I’m back at work after some much needed R&R, and as always it seems like I missed quite a bit while I was gone. The timing of my vacation meant that I missed last months IIW conference, where one of the main events was to be an identity card interoperability test involving Microsoft, Novell and