Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Links for 2007-05-15
Gus Tepper of The First American Corporation states: ur compliance and information security efforts demand that we manage user entitlements and identity access across our entire enterprise and not just within individual applications. We selected Securent EMS because of its compliance with the XACML standard and its ability to provide us with policy-driven access controls that have the granularity, consistency, scalability and flexibility we need across our global enterprise which states that traditional identity management approaches fall short in many regards. Other than Lori Rowland of the Burton Group, I haven't heard many others talk about the limitations of current identity management products in the marketplace. I wonder if Pat Patterson and Don Bowen would be willing to blog about where identity management products fall short and when an enterprise should consider entitlements management?
Shahrukh Khan, one of my favorite Indian actors is shooting a movie in Trinidad. Hopefully, he will consider recruiting some family members. Maybe I can even make a guest appearance dancing with Juhi Chawla
Good to see others recognizing that EA isn't just about which portions of Zachman one should complete. Neil Ward-Dutton is spot on and I look forward to others such as Robert McIlree providing amplification of his thoughts
Good to see that Daniel Budiyanto of Indonesia is also studying enterprise architecture and that it isn't just something practiced by those in the Americas and Europe.
I wonder if Trinidadian's do really drive as bad as folks from India? I do know folks from Biche are horrific but would love the thoughts of others.
I am of the belief that Congressman James McGovern will be successful in his undertaking. Although he is blessed to have the same name as mines and is constantly reading my blog, I otherwise don't support his political thinking.
This feels like a threat to Gartner and Forrester. I am curious when they will purchase The 451 Group, ZapThink, Entiva, Nemertes, Redmonk and Elemental Links
I bet no more than 1% of attendees to this conference will actually be from a large enterprise
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