Registration Open for Advance CAMP
Concerned about the lack of identity-related tools available to you? Want to learn what's being done across the community to close this gap and how to get involved? Come to Advance CAMP: Identity Summit IV (Oct. 4-5, 2012 in Philadelphia, PA, following the Internet2 Member Meeting). Details and registration information are on the ACAMP web.
IAM Online: Demystifying Privilege and Access Management
Join us August 8 at 3 pm (ET) for this IAM Online presentation by Chris Phillips, technical architect at the Canadian Access Federation (CANARIE) and member of the MACE-paccman (privilege and access management) working group. He'll discuss paccman's series of recommendations for efficient and scalable privilege and access management.
Bring Your Own Token — Your Mobile Phone
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) seems inevitable, with the proliferation and market penetration of mobile devices. InCommon Operations Manager Tom Scavo looks at BYOD and "Bring Your Own Token," in relation to cloud-based, phone-based two-factor authentication.
SafeNet, Duo Programs Open for Business
Both of InCommon's multifactor programs (SafeNet tokens and smart cards, and Duo's phone-based solution) are available for purchase. Duo offers a site license for InCommon participants; SafeNet has several of its products available for bulk (minimum of 200) purchases.
New Certificate Service Subscribers
Welcome to new InCommon Certificate Service subscribers. These institutions bring the total to 186 subscribers:
- College of the Holy Cross
- Saint Louis University
- Stark State College
- University of California Santa Barbara
- Wellesley College
- Worcester Polytechnic Institute
New Participants in July
As of the end of July, InCommon has 435 participants. We welcome these new participants to the InCommon community.
- Auburn University (www.auburn.edu)
- Boston College (www.bc.edu)
- College of the Holy Cross (www.holycross.edu)
- McDaniel College (www.mcdaniel.edu)
- New Jersey Institute of Technology (www.njit.edu)
- Northern Kentucky University (www.nku.edu)
- University of Akron (www.uakron.edu)
- University of Nebraska at Kearney (www.unk.edu)
- University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (www.uwsp.edu)
- Wellesley College (www.wellesley.edu)
- Wright State University (www.wright.edu)
- Marine Biological Laboratory (www.mbl.edu)
- CampusEAI (www.campuseai.org)
- Coursera (www.coursera.org)
- Decision Lens (www.decisionlens.com)
- Hitachi ID Systmes, Inc. (www.hitachi-id.com)
- iModules (www.imodules.com)
- Interfolio (www.interfolio.com)
- SeeVogh (from Evogh, Inc.) (www.evogh.com)
- SHI International Corporation (www.shi.com)
The CampusEAI Consortium was established in 2003 by 14 universities as a response to increasing IT budget cuts, resource constraints and expectations of incoming Internet-savvy students. The consortium's mission is to help members reduce the time, cost and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel. CampusEAI is an IT consulting and service provider that services over 250 higher education institutions with CampusCloud hosting services, CampusCloud infrasturcture managed services, CampusHelp help desk, adn CampusIDM enterprise identity management.
Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We envision a future where the top universities are educating not only thousands of students, but millions. Our technology enables the best professors to teach tens or hundreds of thousands of students.
Decision Lens offers web-based software that brings together diverse stakeholders to structure and evaluate key decisions. Our platform improves collaboration, transparency and efficiency in each client organization. Participants can be located anywhere in the world and have the ability to contribute to a decision in real-time. Our partnership with InCommon improves our ability to quickly implement a federated, Single Sign-On (SSO) set-up. Clients can host their first decision meeting in a few short hours to instantly prioritize the goals, objectives and investments that are most important.
iModules provides technology solutions and services to help organizations achieve their missions and build meaningful relationships through member engagement and online communication. With more than 600 clients reaching more than 50 million constituents, iModules offers easy-to-use tools for website management, data management, email marketing, event management, online giving, membership management, volunteer management and social networking. iModules has joined InCommon so as utilize the federation in providing Shibboleth authentication to its higher education clients. For more information, please visit www.imodules.com or call 913.888.0772.
SeeVogh from Evogh, Inc. is a software-only, hybrid-cloud based, high-definition, video collaboration solutions for devices running Windows, Mac, Linus, Android or iOS operating systems with bridging to H.323 and SIP systems. Through an elegantly simple user interface SeeVogh connects up to 50 people into virtual meeting rooms through DSL connections. All meeting rooms provide simultaneous video, audio and screen sharing for all. There is no software to install, just click on a single web link and you’re in the private meeting room. Unlimited community use licenses start at $1,500 per year. This isn’t your father’s videoconference system.