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January 31, 2017

Groups Shouldn’t Live Forever

There’s this quote from a Dr. Who episode that has stuck with me – “We’re all stories, in the end.” It speaks to the finality that nearly everything – and everyone – eventually has its demise and becomes nothing more than folklore. And in IT, this especially rings true.  When you hear a name like Novell, Adaptec, and Lotus, or terms like Token Ring, and floppies (or any other that brings you … Read More


January 24, 2017

Password Self-Service: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

With users having so many passwords – both personally and professionally – and with the ability to have operating systems and browsers remember password on the user’s behalf, it’s understandable that they may find themselves forgetting their password at one time or another. They can use the age-old insecure process of calling the helpdesk, or opt for the far more efficient and security-minded method of using a Password Self-Service (PSS) solution. If … Read More


January 17, 2017

Federating Identity and IT Tasks

How many different sets of credentials do you need to manage to access every system, application, and resource in your environment?  Of course, some simply tie in via Active Directory (Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server, etc.) making the answer there one, but in many cases, there are application or system-centric directories utilized – both on-prem and in the cloud – that require authentication to give you access. And no one wants to have … Read More