At last year’s Cloud Identity Summit in Vail I heard a lot about how the password is dead. I expect to hear a lot more this year. Most of it fit into one of several categories: Complaints about why passwords should be dead In other words all of the various problems with passwords – and there are Schemes to have various applications depend on someone else’s password
Nice recap on the implications of Office 365’s… @binarybrewery - Jun 4, 2013Nice recap on the implications of Office 365’s Password Sync and why you may still need ADFS.
The article on Password Sync for Office 365 is interesting news and clearly states that Federated users can’t have their password’s synced. In the Community Additions many curious users asked their questions treating it as a forum. Well here are my responses: If you do Password Sync do you still need ADFS or any other SSO tool that works with Office365? Password Sync gives you the ability to login to Office365 using the same username and password that you use with your Active Directory.
I wrote an article for the Insight Newsletter about two of our new offerings. Solving identity and access management for mid-sized business By David Lundell, Sr. Manager, Identity and Security Practice User productivity, IT budgets, and security and compliance all suffer from ineffective identity and access management. Insight has two new packages aimed at helping mid-sized businesses confront these challenges in the age of the cloud. Read more. http://feeds.feedburner.com/IdentityLifecycleManagerilmBestPractices