Monthly Archives: April 2012

The UnboundID Expansion into European Markets

by Kami Haynes, Marketing Communications This week we announced the opening of a new office in London – the purpose of which is to facilitate business development and sales operations throughout the U.K. and Europe. This expansion into EMEA markets … Continue reading

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Bring Your Own Identity and the Role of the Identity Provider

by Nick Crown, Director of Product Marketing From BYOD to BYOI There has been a lot of discussion recently on the topic of “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD.  As I alluded to in a previous post, the underlying challenge … Continue reading

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Is Privacy a Contact Sport?

by Dave Smith, Sales Engineer Manager CNN recently posted a brief, yet important article on privacy as it pertains to applications running on the Apple iOS mobile operating system. In summary, the article says that Apple will start requiring mobile … Continue reading

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Moore’s Law of Identity – The Explosion of Identity Information

by Andy Land, Vice President of Marketing UnboundID CEO Steve Shoaff always comes up with interesting ways to explain what is happening in the market, and one of his latest favorite sayings involves extrapolating “Moore’s Law” to cover Identity. How … Continue reading

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