Jamie Lewis, Burton Group’s CEO and research chair, opened Digital ID World 2005 today with a densely packed keynote that gave context and perspective to where identity management is heading. He first talked about trends and emphasized one of the core ideas of the conference, which is that regulatory compliance and automated provisioning are driving identity management adoption.
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It's amazing what happens when you step back from the trees for a view of the forest, as Doc Searls did in his post today (see Conceivable?).
Keynote sessions at most conferences come in two primary flavors--enlightening presentations from subject matter experts tuned to the audience and boring, generic corporate pitches from vendors who are conference sponsors (they contribute to the financial well being of the conference).
Thomas Bleha, recipient of an Abe Fellowship and a former Foreign Service officer in Japan for eight years, published an article in the May/June edition of Foreign Affairs where he warns America that its broadband and wireless technology failures could have high costs in the future due to lost opportunities for economic growth, increased productivity, and a better quality of life. (A recent News.
I can't remember a week in recent history when so many deals were closed between technology companies. Here's the list of what I know about.
Speculating that relations could be warming between the two companies, News.com is reporting that Microsoft and Red Hat chief executives Steve Ballmer and Matthew Szulik dined together at McCormick and Schmick's restaurant in New York in March.
From Interop in Las Vegas last week, I wrote about how Intel went to the trouble of blanketing all of greater Las Vegas with a WiMax wireless network and how a local infrastucture provider (MPower Communications) picked up the tab so that the network would stay in place indefinitely.
I’m at Digital ID World 2005 conference in San Francisco. Phil Becker, editor in chief of Digital ID World and host of the event, kicked off the event defining his notion of digital identity, with a capital "I.
CNET Labs has a review of the latest version for Windows of Skype's namesake voice over IP product. It scored an 8 out of 10.
Over the recent year, there's been a lot of talk about the so-called $100 PC. Last fall, during Gartner's Symposium in Orlando, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talked about why "we" need a $100 PC.