By Apryl Motley, CAE, InCommon Communications Lead
The InCommon Catalysts will be our featured presenters for “The Year Ahead in IAM: Ideas & Insights from InCommon Catalysts” as part of IAM Online on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. ET with Ann West, Internet2’s associate vice president for Trust & Identity, serving as moderator.
What does the future hold for identity and access management in research and education (R&E)? None of us has a crystal ball, but we’ve got the next best thing. Nine industry providers committed to helping R&E organizations get IAM done better and faster – together.
Delivering IAM Solutions
“We are looking forward to continuing our close collaboration with InCommon and the other Catalysts to deliver a perfect IAM solution for academia together,” said Simona Simkov, a sales representative for Evolveum, creator of midPoint, the leading open source Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) platform.
Collaboration with the Community
Stephen Fox, a senior software engineer at Provision IAM, which produces smart IAM connector automations that save costs, echoed these sentiments. “We look forward to collaborating with other Catalysts to provide superior support and service to the higher education community.”
West Arete’s Community Lead Netta Caligari made this observation. “A new year brings fresh ideas, replenished passion, and renewed vision,” she said. “We hope to be a safe space for discussion around how enterprise software solutions within higher ed go hand-in-hand with identity and access management. I am absolutely thrilled to be working with the entire InCommon community by supporting collaboration, making connections, and focusing on where our team can help along the way.”
Charise Arrowood, executive director of business development at Unicon, also “looks forward to continued collaboration with InCommon and the community. This will allow us to jointly streamline processes, resolve issues, fill gaps, and be innovative and creative together.”
Learn more from these Catalysts and their peers at IAM Online, Jan. 25 from 2–3 p.m. ET. During this hour of insights from InCommon Catalysts delivered in micro lightning talks, you’ll benefit from their observations of how current trends in identity and access management will play out in the year ahead as well as their forecast for what’s next. They might even share a resolution or two.
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