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02
Dec.
2022

Catalyst

 InCommon Catalysts Bring Energy and Expertise to Community Conversations

By Apryl Motley, Technical Writer & Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity/NET+ Service

Just as the name implies, the InCommon Catalyst Program, now completing its second year, was launched to bring added energy and expertise to the community’s identity and access management (IAM) efforts. Nine industry providers currently participate in the program: The Catalysts’ continued commitment to the InCommon community shines through…

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19
Sep.
2022

Catalyst

Catalyst to Catalyst (September 2022): Ideas and Insights from InCommon Catalysts

Edited by Apryl Motley, CAE - InCommon Communications Lead

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing you with additional opportunities to benefit from the insights and expertise of InCommon Catalysts, earlier this year we introduced a quarterly Q&A column, Catalyst to Catalyst, that we feature in our e-newsletter InCommon News. Think of Catalyst to Catalyst as a…

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18
Aug.
2022

Catalyst

New to the Neighborhood: Provision IAM Joins InCommon Catalyst Program 

By Apryl Motley, InCommon Communications Lead

Jim Lookabaugh “Becoming a catalyst was a terrific fit for us, allowing us to foster deeper relationships within the research and education community,” said Jim Lookabaugh, customer solutions engineer at Provision IAM, about the company joining nine other catalysts in supporting the research and education community’s…

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21
Jun.
2022

Catalyst

Catalyst to Catalyst (June 2022): Ideas and Insights from InCommon Catalysts

Edited by Apryl Motley, CAE - InCommon Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing you with additional opportunities to benefit from the insights and expertise of InCommon Catalysts, in April we introduced a quarterly Q&A column, Catalyst to Catalyst, that will be featured in our monthly e-newsletter InCommon News. Think of Catalyst…

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27
Apr.
2022

Catalyst

Introducing Catalyst to Catalyst: Ideas and Insights from InCommon Catalysts

Edited By Apryl Motley, InCommon Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity

The InCommon Team is committed to providing you with additional opportunities to benefit from the insights and expertise of InCommon Catalysts. To that end, we will feature them in InCommon News on a quarterly basis through a Q&A column, Catalyst to Catalyst.  Think of Catalyst to Catalyst as a quarterly,…

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17
Feb.
2022

Catalyst

Moran Technology Consulting Joins InCommon Catalyst Program

By Sara Aly, Internet2 Senior Communications Manager

Launched in June 2021, the InCommon Catalyst Program supports higher education institutions, research organizations, and sponsored partners in their efforts to enable better security, access to services, and user experience through InCommon’s integrated service and software solutions. We’re pleased to welcome Moran Technology Consulting (MTC)…

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03
Dec.
2021

Catalyst

Catalysts Offer Unique Expertise, Meaningful Contributions to the InCommon Community

By Amber Rasche, Senior Communications Specialist

Just six months have passed since the InCommon Catalyst community partner program launched in June 2021. And evidence of the Catalysts’ deep, ongoing commitment to the InCommon community is already stacking up. Catalysts are industry leaders and Internet2 members that actively contribute to identity and access management (IAM) within…

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12
Aug.
2021

Catalyst

Catalyst Program Brings Identity and Access Management Expertise, Support to InCommon Community

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 8, 2021– Internet2 announced the launch of the InCommon Catalyst Program aimed at supporting higher education institutions, research organizations, and sponsored partners with enabling better security, access to services, and user experience through InCommon’s integrated service and software solutions.  The program includes eight organizations specializing in…

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