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02
Jun.
2022

eduroam

And Then There Were 5: Internet2 Announces New eduroam Support Organizations

Connecticut Education Network (CEN) and Link Oregon join the program to help bridge the digital divide for K-12 schools, libraries, museums, and more with eduroam global Wi-Fi WASHINGTON, D.C., June 2, 2022 – Internet2 announced today the latest state research and education (R&E) networks to join the eduroam Support Organizations…

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24
May.
2022

IAM Webinars Community

We’re Open to Suggestions 

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager

Got an idea for InCommon’s IAM Online? We’re pretty sure you do, and we can’t wait to hear all about it. Our best ideas for IAM Online, our webinar series focused on timely identity and access management (IAM) topics, typically come from the IAM community.  We are actively seeking…

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23
May.
2022

eduroam

In Retrospect: Reflecting on eduroam’s Migration to the Cloud

Internet2 spent 2021 moving our eduroam infrastructure to the cloud to better support the scaling of our service to primary and secondary schools, as well as museums, libraries, and other public locations that might be available to students.  To reflect on our journey thus far, we…

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18
May.
2022

Academy

Right Place. Right Time. SLAC’s Bruce Vincent Shares Insights on Joining the InCommon Collaboration Success Program

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

Bruce Vincent Where do you turn for community and collaboration as your institution launches a multiyear identity and access management (IAM) modernization program? For Bruce Vincent, director of identity and middleware services at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, the answer was the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP). CSP was the…

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14
Jun.
2022

BaseCAMP

Come for the Content; Stay for the Community: Clemson’s Kathy Wright Breaks Down BaseCAMP

By Apryl Motley, CAE, Communications Lead, InCommon

Kathy Wright, systems programmer/developer, Clemson University “I was very honored to be asked,” said Kathy Wright, systems programmer/developer at Clemson University, of the invitation she received to serve on this year’s planning committee for InCommon BaseCAMP. “I wanted to contribute,” she continued. “The community to which I was introduced…

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14
Jun.
2022

BaseCAMP

InCommon BaseCAMP 2022 Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Tom Jordan

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

Tom Jordan They say good things come in threes. BaseCAMP identity and access management (IAM) basics speaker Tom Jordan is living proof. He is in the third year of his tenure as a solutions architect at the University of Wisconsin, and he is a three-time speaker at BaseCAMP. During…

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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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21
Apr.
2022

Community

Cheers to InCommon Volunteers! 6 Ways You Made Us Proud in 2021

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager and Ann West, AVP for Trust and Identity, Internet2 A member of the 2021 Community Trust and Assurance Board (CTAB) recently shared that the best part “about working on InCommon’s advisory committees is being able to work with others to advance the security…

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19
Apr.
2022

BaseCAMP

Calling All CAMPers! Time to Submit IAM Session Proposals for TechEX22!

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager

The TechEX22 Call for Proposals is officially underway and will remain open until May 6, 2022. And you know what that means for identity and access management professionals? It’s time to go CAMPing!  We invite you to submit an idea for a session and collaborate…

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