Identity management survey

Marcus Lasance has a sterling reputation in identity management, having contributed to its evolution for many years now.  

He was well known as managing director of MaxWare (recently acquired by SAP) and is now involved with Siemens.  For those not familiar with the European landscape, both of these companies have done extraordinary identity work.

Marcus has put together an identity management survey that I promise isn't an advertising gimmick, and has offered to share the results with the blogosphere, so why not help out?  I did.  Now I'm going to pass the URL on to some of my friends in the Microsoft IT department, since they will have more relevant answers than I do as an architect.  You may want to answer it directly, or pass it on to your IT colleagues.

UPDATE:  Many people have reported problems with the first version of this link (which apparently thanked me for my survey response…  At least you know I tried it!)  I think the new link fixes the problem.   

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Kim Cameron

Work on identity.

3 thoughts on “Identity management survey”

  1. I am taking the survey now. I would have suggested that a second questionnaire for those of us in public sector industries be created. I work in education, more specifically he/fe, and we have an extremely high turnover of accounts that are provisioned. Not just the ~1000 members of staff, but the 20,000 students a year that join and leave at various times throughout the year. We are heading towards Shibboleth, and also outsourcing some services to Google with their SAML 2 SSO federation.

    P.S. I could not log into your site with Infocard (Firefox 2 with IdentitySelector 1.0).

  2. Kim, the link still doesn't work. Though maybe this is not an err on your side, because the error returned is DB Timeout. 😀

    Anyway, I've commented because I wanted to try the Infocard, I'm using Windows Vista + Internet Explorer 7, which obviously running (Infocard) smooth as silk.

    Oh, and there's also a typo in the anonymous comment form, “URLL”.

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