Monthly Archives: December 2010

Towards a User Centric Identity Management Portal for managing trust

In my blog post of August 4, 2010 I mused about one aspect of user centricity little talked about: That is the availability of a simple secure user interface, in which the user can manage his/her identity affairs. In the … Continue reading

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‘Cloud Selector’ blows new life into Information Cards

I have often lamented that despite Microsoft investing millions into CardSpace, consumer acceptance and hence market uptake remains elusive. Shadowing our CTO in the Information Card Foundation board meetings I do of course get some rare insights into what troubles … Continue reading

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Business Case for Identity Providers

Yesterday I participated in the IdentityNext Unconference and made some notes I would like to share about the following topic:   The business case for Service Providers entering the Identity Provider Market… and…… The business case for companies outsourcing Identity Management … Continue reading

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IdentitySpace has moved

Welcome to  Marcus Lasance’s Identity Management blog. News IdentitySpace has moved to from BlogLines to WordPress. Why I have stuck to BlogLines for so long can only be explained by man’s inherent conservatism or my lazyness.  BlogLines did for several years what it … Continue reading

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