Identity Automation Names Walt Nowicki as Vice President of Worldwide Sales

I am pleased to welcome Walt Nowicki to our team as the new Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Walt will be responsible for leading Identity Automation’s global sales organization, growing its customer base, and expanding our reach into new markets.

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ISTE 2016 Recap: Talking Identity Management, Student Data Rostering, and Student Data Privacy

At the end of June, I joined more than 16,000 ed tech leaders as they converged on Denver, Colorado for a week of idea sharing, collaboration, and networking at the 2016 ISTE Conference & Expo. 

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Clayton County Public Schools Choose Identity and Access Management Solution from Identity Automation

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Located in the Atlanta suburb of Jonesboro, Georgia, Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is future-forward district with a vision of making the digital classroom a reality for its more than 55,000 students, staff, and administrators. As part of this, CCPS is aggressively working towards district-wide adoption of cloud-based education technology.

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Introducing the RapidIdentity Technical Blog Series


Our Technical Support and Product teams are often asked for advice and best practices regarding various technical subjects pertaining to our RapidIdentity software. Over the years, we’ve noticed that certain topics have a habit of popping up more than others. We knew that putting together step-by-step resources on these common topics would not only be educational for our customers, but would also enable them to explore these topics at their own pace.

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Identity Automation Allows Organizations to Manage Up to 8 Times More User Identities with Existing Hardware

As we announced in our recent press release, RapidIdentity 4.0 is now available, so I thought I’d discuss what this enhanced functionality and scalability means for our new and existing customers.

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Identity Automation Unveils New RapidIdentity Training Courses


In April, Identity Automation launched its newly developed RapidIdentity Product Training Courses. These instructor-led, hands-on courses are designed specifically for administrators, system owners, and Identity Automation partners who implement, configure, or manage RapidIdentity.
Together, the two courses – Foundations and Advanced – give participants an in-depth understanding of our RapidIdentity software and provide the necessary tools for a full identity lifecycle implementation.

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Challenges with IAM Solution Analysis, Access Privileges, and Onboarding/Offboarding: Feedback from the EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference


This year’s Educause Security Professionals conference proved to be another exceptional learning experience. Attendance was strong, and our conversations with ed tech leaders from colleges and universities across the United States were even stronger. The theme for this year’s conference, “Data, Intelligence, Risk, and Value: Security and Privacy in Higher Ed,” was right on track with what we’ve been hearing from customers and prospects.

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A First Quarter of Growth



The end of March brought the first quarter of 2016 to a close, and as evident by the press release we distributed yesterday, it was a very strong growth period for us. I’m extremely proud of what our team accomplished over the first three months of the year.

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James Litton Talks IAM on Texas Business Radio

Earlier this year, James Litton, our CEO, appeared on Texas Business Radio, the syndicated radio show that features leading businesses, people, and events from the Texas business world.

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We’ve Joined the WSIPC Purchasing Program

School district IT departments are under great pressure to do more with less. While much more focus tends to be placed on technologies that are used inside the classroom, those technologies are only possible with strong infrastructure in place on the backend. However, the money for both classroom and infrastructure technologies usually comes from the same budget, a budget which never seems to be large enough.

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