New blog post on the KuppingerCole web site. Summary of the Oasis Cloud Symposium last week in Washington DC.
Entries Tagged as 'Identity'
October 16th, 2012 · No Comments · Daily Thesis, Identity, Open API Economy, privacy
September 18th, 2012 · No Comments · Daily Thesis, Identity, The API Economy
How 400M iOS devices changes everything I have a new blog post on the KuppingerCole web site. Comments are welcome.
Intro Provocative quotes: Baking your core competency into an open API is a economic imperative. source: Craig Burton If you are not engaged in generating or enabling open API’s for your business—you are not in the game. source: Craig Burton Social—, Mobile—, and Cloud-computing are hot. The API computing magic troika is white hot. source: [...]
June 10th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Daily Thesis, Identity, Innovation
Drummond Reed was so generous to respond to my recent post about how to recognize an Identity Implementation Fail. The following paragraph in Drummondâ€™s post set me to thinking: Even Microsoft with their design for Information Cards (which are the closest weâ€™ve ever come to full asymmetric key-based security infrastructure) never fully solved that problem. [...]
June 9th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Daily Thesis, Identity, lexicon
Iâ€™ve been watching the recent announcements about how hackersâ€”some speculate foreign countriesâ€”have cracked the security infrastructure of a system and have stolen the names and passwords of thousandsâ€”sometimes millionsâ€”of customers. The details of all these disasters are not what I want to talk about. Just this simple and seemingly obvious point. Any system that stores [...]
February 22nd, 2011 · 8 Comments · Daily Thesis, Identity, Innovation
Kim Cameron commented on my last post about the irrelevance of Microsoft. Well, thatâ€™s a bit harsh. Identity selectors like CardSpace only make sense in the context of the other components of the Identity Metasystem – and Microsoft has done a lot over the last two years to deliver those components to customers who are [...]
February 18th, 2011 · 5 Comments · feature, Identity, Innovation
It’s been a week since Microsoft announced that it was never going to release the next version of CardSpace. The laughable part of the announcement is the title “Beyond Windows CardSpace” which would leave you to believe that Microsoft has somehow come up with a better architecture. In fact Microsoft announced its discontinued development of [...]
November 16th, 2009 · 5 Comments · Daily Thesis
Johannes Ernst recently posted blog entry titled Why We Don’t Need an “Identity Selector”. Both the title and the content require a response. Johannes, you ignorant slut. Your post leads the reader to believe two things that make your position dead wrong. First is that you completely mislead the reader to believe that the selector [...]
October 1st, 2009 · 4 Comments · Daily Thesis
Dear Steve, I recently visited Redmond to meet with the Federated Identity group. We had a long chat about Context-aware applications and the trends toward context automation. Of course, those of us thinking along these lines would love to get ahead of the hacking curve and put some identity infrastructure around the contextual internet. [...]