Monthly Archives: June 2011

CIOs: How to Avoid Getting Dropkicked by Dropbox

by Chris LaPoint, Senior Product Line Manager Most of us have heard of Dropbox by now, whether it was through our own use of the popular cloud storage service, or the recent password fiasco that allowed users to log into … Continue reading

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SCIMming along…

By Trey Drake, UnboundID Architect It’s been over a month since the last SCIM (Simple Cloud Identity Management) post, so we thought it was time to share what’s been happening in the world of SCIM. Since the last update, the … Continue reading

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Who’s Playing Mother Hen to Your Customer Data?

by Nick Crown, Senior Product Line Manager With the sheer number and scope of recent breaches hitting a new high, and the imminent passage of legislation to protect consumers from this issue, it’s safe to say that the topic of … Continue reading

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UnboundID at Cloud Expo 2011 in New York City

It’s day four of the Cloud Expo 2011 in New York City, and as the event draws to a close, we’ve got a quick snapshot of the event, billed as a leading cloud event. The event was scheduled to host … Continue reading

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Failure is not an option

by Neil A. Wilson, Principal Engineer College football is an extremely competitive sport.  Last year, while the Seattle Seahawks made the NFL playoffs with a losing record, the undefeated TCU Horned Frogs didn’t even get a chance to play for … Continue reading

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