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18
Aug.
2020

Academy

Collaboration Success Program Still Has Openings

August 18, 2020 We are within days of closing the opportunity to join the 2020 Collaboration Success Program (CSP) cohort. If you are interested, complete a simple form today (no obligation). What is the CSP? A program to help you make significant progress on an identity and access management…

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16
Jul.
2020

Academy Software

Get going on your identity and access solutions with expert help and training

July 13, 2020 By Erin Murtha, Internet2 Budget and resource constraints have impacted colleges, universities, and research agencies across the country. But identity and access management (IAM) challenges have only grown with more people working and learning remotely. It is a tough atmosphere, but whether you’re new to IAM or…

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30
Jun.
2020

Shibboleth Academy

Registration Open for Virtual Shibboleth Workshop September 15-18

June 30, 2020 The InCommon Shibboleth workshop has gone virtual! Join us Tuesday through Friday, September 15-18, 2020, to learn how to install and configure the Shibboleth Identity Provider and Service Provider. Register by August 21, 2020, to take advantage of early-bird rates. Registration is open on the website,…

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18
Jun.
2020

BaseCAMP Academy Software

BaseCAMP for Experienced IT Professionals

June 15, 2020 By Jessica Fink (Coltrin), InCommon Community Advocacy Program Manager … the 2014 version of me would have loved to have BaseCAMP to attend, but honestly it probably would have taken attending CAMP first and feeling the overwhelm before I would’ve attended. Because I didn’t consider myself a…

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17
Jun.
2020

Academy Software

Collaboration Success Program 2021 Open for “Expression of Interest”

June 17, 2020 InCommon will offer the third Collaboration Success Program (CSP) this fall, with expressions of interest due July 31, 2020. Through the CSP, organizations solve common identity-related challenges using the community-developed, standards-based software and services that comprise the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. The program offers training,…

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10
Jun.
2020

BaseCAMP Academy Community Events Software

Doing More with Less, Learning How to Implement Open Source IAM

June 10, 2020 By Jessica Fink, InCommon/Internet2 In higher education and research, we often “do more with less,” by architecting solutions to meet the needs of our campuses while staying within a tight budget. As organizations return from COVID closings, higher ed faces a new set of challenges: maintaining virtual…

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02
Jun.
2020

BaseCAMP Federation IAM Webinars

InCommon Virtual BaseCAMP Sneak Preview June 18

June 1, 2020 InCommon Virtual BaseCAMP Preview WebinarThursday, June 18, 20202 pm ET | 1 pm CT | Noon MT | 11 am PThttps://internet2.zoom.us/j/96618890470 What is the InCommon Virtual BaseCAMP? Who should attend? I’ve been in IT for 15 years; is there anything for me? Download a calendar…

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27
May.
2020

IAM Webinars Academy

Hiring for Identity and Access Management

May 27, 2020 How do we hire for Identity and Access Management? The work requires a wide and diverse skill set and the qualified people already have jobs. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new IAM and budget challenges to higher education, so existing employees are being asked to retrain…

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27
May.
2020

Academy Software

Training, Support, and Expert Help Through the Collaboration Success Program

May 27, 2020 InCommon will offer the third Collaboration Success Program (CSP) cohort starting later this summer. A June 3, 2020, webinar will provide a quick overview of the program and the experiences of two organizations that are just completing the 2020 CSP. Through the CSP, organizations solve common challenges…

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29
Apr.
2020

IAM Webinars Academy Community Federation

May 13 IAM Online – Simplfying Access to Scholarly Content

April 29, 2020 Making things simpler for students, faculty, staff, and researchers has become even more important over the last several weeks. But “simplifying” can mean different things to people in different roles on campus. And it may mean something different for the publishers of scholarly content, too. A group…

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