CloudAccess

There was a time in my life when I got so far into the weeds of wife-ing, mothering, and working, that in desperation I began categorizing my day’s activities into three categories: Near Misses, Fails, and Epic Fails. The thinking was that if I could prioritize reducing the number of “near misses,” I could ultimately…

+ read more

Rhonda Holloway
Feb 13, 2015
12:03 pm
Reads:
609
Score:
5

Last week I attended the NetIQ BrainShare conference in Salt Lake City. In this blog post I’ll reflect on the content and themes – as I experienced them myself. There was a lot to choose from at BrainShare. I built my agenda mainly around IAM and security. Especially I wanted to learn about NetIQ’s vision…

+ read more

Petteria
By: Petteria
Nov 12, 2014
9:37 am
Reads:
1,327
Score:
5

We’ve all been there. A few times each year IT revisits their shortlist of potential projects to determine what to fund. For many, the list of “to do’s” is longer than their arm, while their budget fits in a shirt pocket. Which inevitably results in prioritizing spend on projects that address risk and compliance first….

+ read more

Kent Purdy
Oct 22, 2014
4:05 pm
Reads:
13,445
Score:
5

One undocumented feature of CloudAccess is support for dynamic groups in policy management. This provides the administrator ability to map policies to essentially any LDAP query.

Matthew Ehle
Mar 14, 2014
11:45 am
Reads:
1,619
Score:
5

This connector is designed to provide simple SAML2 federation with Eloqua 10. Technical details of the Eloqua SAML2 federation can be found in the Topliners Community.

Matthew Ehle
Feb 12, 2014
10:59 am
Reads:
938
Score:
Unrated

Even though businesses are increasingly adopting SaaS based solutions, they still need trusted technical advisors guiding them through the pitfalls of this latest transition. As the entire IT channel knows, the explosion of SaaS based applications is changing the business of selling products and services and they must change to stay in the game. And…

+ read more

Kent Purdy
Mar 5, 2012
12:49 am
Reads:
1,559
Score:
Unrated

Cloud architectures aren’t secure. That’s one takeaway I got from Bob Violino‘s piece for Computerworld: “Cloud SWAT teams“. It outlines a security incident response approach we recommend on a regular basis, in fact you’ll find us saying the same thing to Computerworld Australia last year in “Sony needs an incident response team“. Now, nobody requires…

+ read more

RichardWhitehead
Jan 9, 2012
11:19 am
Reads:
1,662
Score:
Unrated