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Q&A With Mary McKee: Building IAM Bridges for Inclusion and Collaboration

By Amber Rasche

Estimated reading time: 11 minutes Recent Microsoft Announcement Signals a Win for Multilateral Federation in the Research and Education Community Ask Mary McKee, senior director of engineering at Cirrus Identity, about the role of vendor-neutral standards and solutions for…


We’re Open to Suggestions 

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes Got an idea for InCommon’s IAM Online? We’re pretty sure you do, and we can’t wait to hear all about it. Our best ideas for IAM Online, our webinar series focused on timely identity…


Are You Ready for the New eduroam?

By Sara Jeanes, eduroam Product Manager

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes eduroam is expanding and changing to serve K-12. Internet2 is moving all subscribers to a cloud-forward architecture and new configuration management portal. We are providing weekly updates on the transition. You may find more information on our…


The Time to Meet InCommon Baseline Expectations 2 Requirements is Fast Approaching

By David St. Pierre Bantz, University of Alaska / InCommon Community Trust & Assurance Board, and Albert Wu, InCommon Federation Service Manager

Estimated reading time: 1 minute InCommon Participants established the InCommon Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation in 2018 as a means to increase trust and interoperability among InCommon federation participants and to define what they expect of each other, and of InCommon Operations.


Community Engagement 101: How to Maximize the Return on Your Industry Membership

By Amber Walters, Community Success Coordinator, Industry Engagement

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes Internet2 Industry membership provides a variety of ways to connect with the research and education community – from raising awareness of products and services, to building deep relationships with universities and other institutions, to serving a company’s own…


3 Reasons to Join the InCommon Collaboration Success Program to Discover and Fast-Track Your IAM Roadmap

By Lacey Vickery, Identity and Access Management Architect, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Lacey Vickery and the Identity and Access Management team at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) are alumni of the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP). A unique professional development and upskilling opportunity, the CSP helps organizations…