More Redmond Identity 2014 Details

Oxford Computer Group sent out an e-mail this past Friday, informing alumni that their early-bird alumni special had been extended from March 31 until April 15. In addition, there was a bit more information in the e-mail about the conference:

The Summit is a multi-year journey to understand both emerging identity technologies and implementation best practices. For 2014, we’ll have a two-track conference for the technical and business minded people.

The technical track, “Window into Microsoft Identity & Access Engineering,” will present deep dives into Microsoft’s Identity stack and discuss new and upcoming product releases. We’ll answer the question “where is Microsoft Identity Management going?”

Using customer case studies, the business-focused track, “Identity Management Solutions,” will explore how scenarios and use cases are being addressed through technologies from Microsoft and their partner ecosystem. From on-premise to cloud. So, bring your manager.

Topics in both tracks will cover Azure AD, FIM 2010 R2, Role-Based Access Control (BHOLD Suite), AD FS, RMS and partner solutions.

We’re anticipating another roster full of excellent and respected speakers from Microsoft, partners, and customers, and we’re pulling together a panel of industry luminaries.

More information about the event can be found on the event website. I’ll definitely be going, so you should too. The Redmond Identity Access & Knowledge Summit 2014 will take place at Microsoft Headquarters in Seattle, from January 7-9 2014.

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