We’ve got another free event coming up at the end of April – this time it’s about solutions for identity and access management in education, with a smattering of Live@edu thrown in for extra value. It’s with one of our partners, Oxford Computer Group, and will show the technologies and services being used to optimise and support infrastructure services for messaging, collaboration and identity and access management. In the afternoon, the University of the West of England will be talking about their experiences too.
The day will have plenty of acronyms – not just Live@edu, but also ILM and IAG (will they be handing out acronym bingo cards at the beginning?). The point of course is to show how ILM (Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007) integrates with your existing infrastructure, and what IAG (Microsoft Intelligent Application Gateway ) can do to help you setup and manage secure remote access for students, staff and partners.
It’s on Wednesday 29th April 2009 at our offices in Reading, running from 9am to 4pm, and the following sessions:
Grab your place (or find out a little more) by emailing my colleague, Bonami Meredith. Because there’s a maximum capacity of 20 people, it’ll be quite interactive with plenty of chances to ask your own questions.