Yesterday, we had a Nulli Day “Painting the Town”. It was a “feel good” day, lots of sun, laughs, appreciation and caring; a day away from the office; a day amongst great people. Thank you to everyone at Nulli who were able to participate. Mrs. K. was so happy and thankful to now have a freshly painted home to welcome her family and friends. Take a look at my pictures! and Look at even better pictures from Volunteer Calgary!
The City of Calgary City Links is an amazing program of giving, helping low income seniors live in their homes safely and securely while providing a safe and supportive work environment for men and women facing barriers to employment. Volunteer Calgary helps as well through their “Paint The Town” initiative where companies like Nulli can have a great day painting the exterior of a senior’s home.
In today’s world, where information exchange over interconnected computer networks is critical for running businesses as well as personal lives, securing identities and controlling access privileges, known as Identity Management, has become a top priority for the professionals engaged in IT Security. Identity Management addresses all three objectives of information security: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. Identity Management in its' simple terms involves Identity Provisioning, the creation and modification of identity data and Access Management, the definition and enforcement of access policies protecting digitial resources. The book, OpenAM, by Indira Thangasamy, deals with product features, installation, administration and implementation of OpenAM software – an Access Management tool used to generally to secure access to digitial resources such as portals and web-based applications.
An HCM 8.9 customer recently complained to me of unreasonably long waits to browse Job Openings. Skeptical and hasty, I assumed the problem was the individual's user ID or their computer. Maybe too many Job Openings related to their ID, or perhaps clearing the browser cache would help?
Wrong and wrong.
I met with Lasse Andresen, CEO of ForgeRock while at RSA and was really pleased to have had the opportunity to catch-up with him on all things ForgeRock.
The big news was that ForgeRock has secured $7 million of Series “A” funding from Accel Partners of Palo Alto, California, USA. I see this as yet another vote of confidence for the direction that ForgeRock is leading the Identity and Access Management (IAM) community.
I spoke to Lasse about how Nulli continues to see the ForgeRock OpenDJ and OpenAM products as highly reliable and easy to deploy solutions for our customers. The subscription based license model has been extremely well received and is one of many differentiators that ForgeRock offers its’ partners and clients.
I was extending Data Exporter (A.K.A. Waveset Data Warehouse) today to include some custom user attributes as described here. I ran into a compiler class import issue with the ant script distributed with the source (in Waveset distribution):
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