Ian Glazer

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Killing IAM in Order to Save It

by Ian Glazer  |  February 8, 2013  |  23 Comments

I gave this talk a few months ago. I had just finished writing our 2013 Identity and Privacy Planning Guide and was trying to think of a different way to express what I had written. What I came up with was this very very different way to express what I had written. I’d love your […]

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Fear and loathing in Broomfield: a trip report from Gluecon

by Ian Glazer  |  June 2, 2010  |  1 Comment

I was somewhere outside of Boulder on the edge of a golf course when the coffee, elevation, and dehydration began to take hold. I remember saying something like, “This feels an awful like Digital ID World used to feel like; maybe I ought to ask Fontana…” The Glue Conference (1) is all about bringing different […]

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On ecosystems, echo chambers, and an interop

by Ian Glazer  |  June 1, 2010  |  2 Comments

I spent last week in the Denver area talking to Gartner (and therefore Burton Group) prospects and customers. One of the things that I have come to rely upon when talking to customers and prospects is the experiences I can draw from based on my relationship to the community. My relationship with the community helps […]

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Hopes and concerns for identity

by Ian Glazer  |  November 17, 2009  |  Comments Off

A friend in the industry recently asked me for my thoughts on OpenID, InfoCards, and the US federal government’s work to consume non-government issued credentials. Letting the question rattle around in my head for a while, here’s what I’ve got so far. My hope is that the overall ICAM initiative is successful—not because I have […]

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