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Time-worn, but Timely Risks

Identity
Author: Mark Dixon
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
7:29 pm

Twice in the past week I have been pleasantly reminded about the enduring value of what we post to the web. Last week, I had enjoyed a delightful evening with Dazza Greenwood, who had dredged up my November, 2005, post about Core Identity and contacted me. Today, Tom Scicluna, from Canberra, Australia, contacted me regarding a post I authored in January 2006, entitled, “Seven Identity Management Implementation Risks.” It is nice to know that old information can still be timely and relevant today.

For Tom and anyone else who wishes to review the “Risks” series, here are links to each segment:

By the way, I stumbled across the seven-figured hand on a blog by Roger von Oech. I don’t think it has anything to do with Identity Management, but I liked the picture and the creative thought Roger offered.

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