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Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
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Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Listen to Identropy's Jim McDonald and Jeff Steadman on their podcast at "Identity at the Center".
Here’s a bold prediction: more services will move to the cloud. Not that bold, huh? That’s OK – it’s an obvious and safe bet. The real question is...how does that impact your PAM vendor selection process? 
The convergence of the IDaaS and IAM spaces is creating a lot of confusion for many of our clients. This has a lot to do with the marketing efforts of software vendors, but it also has to do with internal confusion around the definition of identity management, business objectives around identities and strategic goals like taking one’s IT infrastructure to the cloud. I’m going to take a stab at ...
If you’ve been on the Internet at all in the past few years, you’ve probably seen some hum or buzz about the “cloud” or “cloud-based” programs. It basically means hosting data through the Internet and not through physical hardware. This bypass of hardware results in more convenient (and unprecedented) enterprise solutions that have changed the way we do business.