Tag: Relationship Management

Beyond Attributes

In developing SCUID, we’ve been taking a very deep look at how the very nature of online identity (mostly enterprise identity, but a lot of it extends equally well to the broader definition of online identity) is changing in terms of how it is managed and what it needs to support. And in addition to

The new Identity Equation

A few days ago, I tweeted about this CNET article that talks about the plans that Twitter has to expand their search service into what could be one of the most powerful real-time search engines anywhere. The key to this whole thing is the idea of reputation – that ephemeral quality that will improve the

Delving deeper into Relationship-based RBAC

Ian Glazer thinks that I have opened Pandora’s box by talking about the need to bring context and intent into the area of RBAC by using relationships (one of many ways to express context). I think it’s a topic ripe for some discussion, so I’m glad to be the one taking the lid off. Mat

The Real World: Catalyst Conference Edition

Another Catalyst conference has come and gone, leaving us with a lot of material to chew on and ponder. Burton always forces us to think about what we are doing, especially those of us that have products to deliver. And it’s always interesting to see all the new companies that are popping up in the