This fall, I'll be presenting at IDentity.Next on behalf of my company, Twobo Technologies. At this conference, which takes place November 20th and 21st in the Hague, I'll be diving into various scenarios and use cases for the emerging provisioning standard, System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM). This will be a sequel of sorts to the talk I did at the Cloud Identity Summit in July where I gave an intro to the new protocol. If you're planning on attending and want to do your prep work, have a look through this slide deck:
Solving the provisioning problem is one thing we must do to benefit from this new IT delivery model. Next month, I'll be traveling down to Amsterdam to discuss this and other challenges with hundreds of other attendees of the Broadband Cloud Summit that's taking place as a part of this year's Broadband World Forum. From the 16th to 18th of October, I'll be joined by tens of thousands of speakers and delegates from tons of organizations who are seeking to find new ways of using digital identity, mobile computing, and the cloud to capitalize on emerging opportunities that they present to telcos and other service providers. Among these will be UnboundID, a partner of Twobo's, and hundreds of other exhibitors.
So, if you're going to be in the Netherlands over the next couple of months, drop me a line. I'd love to connect w/ you while there. If you're not, keep an eye out here, on Twobo's blog, and on Twitter w/ the hash tags #BBWF and #idn12. As a speaker at IDentity.Next and an official blogger for the Broadband World Forum, I'll certainly have more to say about these events.
(This blog post was sponsored in part by Informa, organizers of the Broadband World Forum.)