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  • Blog Post: Tales About Working With The Azure Service Management API – Chapter I

    For enterprises, power users and people who simply don’t like the Azure administration portal but do use Windows Azure as an deployment option for their applications or services it may be desirable to integrate deployment and administration tasks into automatic processes and/or customized tools. To support...
  • Blog Post: Windows Cardspace Meets Vista Media Center

    It's again time to post a new blog entry. This time I thought it may be interesting to see how Windows Cardspace can be used together with applications built on top of the Media Center Presentation Layer (WMCPL). So and why do I think that Cardspace can be of very good use especially in a Media Center...
  • Blog Post: What you always wanted to know about Microsoft Cardspace - Part 3

    The publication of Vittorio's book "Understanding Windows Cardspace" about which I wrote a post only yesterday I realize that there is more and more demand for information about topics around identity. And from my experience it is not only people working in IT or have a great affinity to technology who...
  • Blog Post: Cardspace - Want To Take A Even Deeper Look?

    Two days ago I found a small parcel in my office mailbox which contained a copy of a new book written by one of my architect evangelist colleagues Vittorio Bertocci together with Garret Serack and Caleb Baker . Its title is:" Understanding Windows Cardspace ". And although you my dear reader probably...
  • Blog Post: What you always wanted to know about Microsoft Cardspace - Part 2

    Q: Can a card be marked as "not exportable"? A: No this is not possible at the moment. After a card has been installed in the card-selector the card can always be exported using the standard facilities of the card selector. This allows easy tranportation of cards and use of the cards on several devices...
  • Blog Post: What you always wanted to know about Microsoft Cardspace - Part 1

    Since the Identity Metasystem and Microsoft Cardspace is quite a complex topic but is a great means to enable the user to have better control how and when identity information and login credentials are used I felt that there needs to be some more clarification about certain aspects of Microsoft Cardspace...
  • Blog Post: Hanging Around In Munich? Get Yourself Assured!

    Since a few days I reached the 100 points limit in order to assure other members of CACert.org . So if you happen to visit Munich and want to have your identity proven you can send me an email and I will check if I manage to meet you. I will also reach my point limit to become a Thawte.com notary...
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