WEBINAR: DSEE is Dead—Now What?

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In case you missed our webinar yesterday, DSEE is Dead—Now What? take a look at the on-demand version:

  • Hear how North Arizona University's migration from DSEE to the UnboundID platform resulted in a 10X processing engine-driven performance gain
  • Understand the Top Five Requirements for a Modern Directory Services Solution
  • Learn how you can quickly and easily migrate off of DSEE
  • And much more!

You can also view the presentation and other valuable resources including our business brief, How to Migrate from Oracle/Sun/DSEE in 3 Easy Steps. Enjoy and stay tuned for our next blog!

ADDED BONUS
Enjoy 25% off the cost of your current solution when you make the switch to UnboundID. Simply set up a meeting with us before Dec. 31st, 2014!

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A Directory Service for the Internet Age - Part 3

Posted by Neil Wilson on Oct 28, 2014 4:00:00 AM

Internet-Grade Availability

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Topics: General, Identity API's, Privacy and Preference Management

A Directory Service for the Internet Age - Part 2

Posted by Neil Wilson on Oct 28, 2014 3:59:00 AM

Internet-Grade Security

In general, security is an area in which directory servers have typically surpassed other types of network data repositories, or at the very least in which clients have more commonly taken advantage of more of the security functionality that the server has to offer. For example, whereas applications using a relational database generally use a single account for all interactions with the database, most well-written LDAP applications issue requests under the authorization of the end user so that a request performed on behalf of a user will be subject to whatever restrictions are enforced for that user. At the very least, most directories have some kind of password policy mechanism that can be used to provide some safeguards and constraints around authentication processing, and some kind of access control mechanism that can be used to restrict what individual users are allowed to do. But this is not nearly enough to adequately protect your data in the modern world.

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A Directory Service for the Internet Age--Part 1

Posted by Neil Wilson on Oct 16, 2014 4:00:00 AM

Internet-Grade Scalability and Performance

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A Directory Service for the Internet Age (Introduction)

Posted by Neil Wilson on Oct 14, 2014 4:00:00 AM

There was a time when "enterprise" was used as a buzzword to reference software with the highest degree of scalability. That is, software that needs to handle thousands (or even hundreds of thousands) of users. But those days are long gone. In the Internet age, you need to be able to scale to at least hundreds of millions of users. It's a global economy where your business is always open and downtime is unacceptable. And it's a shady neighborhood where bad guys are everywhere and security is paramount.

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Topics: General, Identity API's, Privacy and Preference Management

A Need for Modernization Leads to a Full-Service Solution

Posted by Neil Wilson on Feb 20, 2014 3:00:43 AM

When prior vendors changed product features and ended support for existing product lines, Northern Arizona University (NAU) found that they were not getting the support or features needed to provide large scale authentication, authorization and information security for 30,000 faculty, staff, and student users. They began a search for a long-term solution focusing on scalability and reliability. “With three separate hardware clusters across two data centers providing capacity and fail-over for the University, it was important that we have a system to support growth, with extremely high reliability for our mission-critical infrastructure,” said Summer Steddom, Systems Integration and Architecture Team Lead.

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Topics: General

Is That Mannequin Watching You?

Posted by Neil Wilson on Dec 4, 2013 3:00:20 AM

by Kami Haynes, Director of Corporate Marketing

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Topics: General

Pragmatic Privacy Practices: Protecting Personal Data

Posted by Neil Wilson on Oct 2, 2013 4:00:13 AM

by Nick Crown CISSP, CIPP/IT , Director of Product Marketing, UnboundID

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Topics: Customer Experience, General, Privacy and Preference Management

The Value of Identity Data and Identity Etiquette

Posted by Neil Wilson on Sep 5, 2013 5:15:19 AM

by Kami Haynes, Director of Corporate Marketing

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Topics: General, Privacy and Preference Management

Five Common Data Privacy Misconceptions in the United States

Posted by Neil Wilson on Aug 27, 2013 1:04:34 PM

by Katie O'Brien, Product Marketing Manager

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