Attended Burton (now acquired by Gartner) Catalyst 2010 in San Diego, an excellent forum to get upto speed on what is happening in technology world in terms of standards and trends.
* Pushing core to the outside
* How SAAS, HIAS, PAAS, have provided capabilities to the industry in terms of scalability. Users pay only what they need. * Stop wasting platform resources by leveraging virtualization
* Chaning views on how Identities should be managed
* Writing applications that are cloud aware and are able to co-exist on a platform
Internet is a medium where you are trusting a website with the information you provide, you have no idea who this website belongs to.Â Therefore:
People think their information is protected while it is sitting in their homes, which is not true.Â Therefore:
This online community phenomenon is catching up pretty quickly. People are constantly putting their lives online, identity thieves and other criminal minded can very easily perform reconnaissance activities from the comfort of their homes before the unleashing their final attack. Before the advent of social networking websites search engines were a source of wealth of information, especially Google, where all your online information if its spiders can crawl it, ends up in their databases and becomes Google â€œPropertyâ€.