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Hype Cycle for Life Science R&D

by Michael Shanler  |  July 25, 2016

This year, we unveiled a brand new hype cycle, one that is 100% Life Science R&D-focused. “… the moon does not present the same face every day. It waxes, or grows larger, until...

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Dealing with Electronic Trial Masterphobia...

by Michael Shanler  |  April 5, 2016

There's an eTMF monster hiding under the bed… Well, not really...but I did recently have a conversation with a pharma R&D CIO (btw- he pre-approved me to blog about this) who...

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“Accelerating R&D” Key Initiatives for Life Science Manufacturers 2016

by Michael Shanler  |  January 27, 2016

Before each calendar year begins, we put a lot of effort into outlining areas of research and how these areas align with strategic key initiatives (KIs).  The life science-related  KIs...

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IDMP Compliance Storm is Brewing for Pharma in the EU

by Michael Shanler  |  January 25, 2016

As we dig out in the US from the Winter Storm "Jonas" (aka #Snowmaggedon, #Snowpocalpyse #Blizzgazzhi, #Blizzard2016) and deal with snarled traffic, delayed flights and rescheduled reminds me that...

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Making Sense Out of Chaos: Network Security Policy Management

by Adam Hils  |  December 23, 2015

If you're a network security operations leader (as many of our clients are}, chances are you're afflicted with some of the following security policy-related issues: "I can't tell if my firewall...

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Auditing Is IGA's New Kid on the Block

by Brian Iverson  |  April 29, 2015

This is the tenth installment in a series of posts that I am writing on my impressions of the current state of IGA, based on analysis of the 2015 edition of the Critical Capabilities for Identity...

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IGA Appears to Be Making Progress Toward Business Enablement

by Brian Iverson  |  March 19, 2015

I facilitated an analyst-user roundtable during the just-completed European Gartner IAM Summit in London on the topic of "Selling IAM to the Business". Analyst-user roundtables are great opportunities for conference delegates who...

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Is IGA Ready to Fulfill Its Destiny?

by Brian Iverson  |  March 10, 2015

Account repositories continue to reign supreme when it comes to controlling users' access to applications and data. This has not changed appreciably since businesses started making extensive use of distributed information systems. Directory...

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Identity Governance and Administration: How We Got Here

by Brian Iverson  |  March 5, 2015

The roots of modern-day identity governance and administration (IGA) go back to user administration and provisioning (UAP), which emerged once organizations finally began to surrender the fantasy that directory services were going...

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