August, 2020 A Grouper Implementation Assessment can provide an IT organization with an outline of what is already in place, what business rules and processes drive the current status, and what changes are desired.
May, 2020 Part 3: One thing to understand about migration plans is that they are not cookie-cutter plans. If you have read Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, then you have understood and conquered the “paralysis by analysis” phase, and the “refining your plan “ phase.
April, 2020 Part 2 of the Cloud Migration Strategy. Proper planning and preparation are two important factors in a successful migration into the Cloud. But the limiting factor for planning a tends to be not knowing *where* to start your cloud journey once you accept the fact that you *should* start the journey.
When information technology (IT) budgets and staffing get tight on campus, it can be challenging to maintain key campus systems, and even more difficult to make critical improvements. More and more, IT departments are moving towards outsourcing major projects and ongoing management of technology, especially when this involve the Cloud.
March, 2020 Part 1 of the Cloud Migration Strategy. The decision making around how to move forward and enhance your current offerings or even just get started in the Cloud keeps getting more challenging. When should you step back and re-evaluate your efforts or think about developing a cloud strategy for the first time?
We are hearing from our clients that Higher Education institutions are faced with more challenges than ever as an increasing number of students, faculty, and staff move to working remote. Our IAM team knows that this adds a new element to the mix when it comes to the management of identities.
November, 2019 To be truly useful, an IAM assessment needs a few important components. The starting point should be discussions and interviews with key stakeholders within your institution or organization.
Unicon announced the release of the Federation Gateway for Okta as part of an expansion to its technology partnership with the company. As higher education institutions embrace the cloud, they are looking to replace on-premise systems with scalable, cloud-based technologies.