Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Richard and I had a good conversation with Scott Kveton, OpenID personality extraordinaire, on the RunAs Radio podcast this week. Scott is chairman of the OpenID Foundation.

OpenID is a cool and upcoming technology and has seen significant attention in the past few weeks especially as Yahoo! became an OpenID provider, immediately followed by an announcement that Microsoft, Google, Yahoo!, IBM and Verisign had joined the board of the OpenID Foundation.

It's time to get on-board and know what OpenID is, how it might play with other technologies in the identity and access management space, and how you can learn more. That's what this show is all about.

Scott Kveton Shares His OpenID (MP3 link)
from the RunAs Radio podcast

Richard and Greg talk to Scott Kveton about OpenID. OpenID is a single sign-on solution that could very well make the classic username and password obsolete. This is a fast half hour - you'll find yourself wanting to listen again!



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Tuesday, February 12, 2008 9:25:19 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Wednesday, February 13, 2008 9:14:49 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
So last week it was virtually every major online service becoming a provider, and now today Slashdot announces the arrival of hardware-based OpenID...now all we need are more web sites that are actually willing to trust OpenID.
Sharon Smith
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