Recent Posts by James Litton

 
With more than 29 years of experience in enterprise technology software and systems, James has led teams as an executive living and working in North America, Africa, Europe, and throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Immediately prior to joining IA, he was the Head of IT for Cray, a global supercomputing company. James joined Identity Automation as its Chief Executive Officer in 2007 and led the company to success as a consulting services firm and has since guided the company through its rapid and successful transformation into the highly profitable, high-growth software products company it is today.

Identity Automation Announces New CEO

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Harold as Chief Executive Officer effective August 10, 2020. Jim has over twenty years of experience successfully building and growing businesses at organizations in the enterprise software and SaaS spaces, such as Accenture, PeopleSoft, Neustar, and Acxiom.

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M&A Integration: The Top Four Identity Management Challenges

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on Forbes.

In recent years, mergers and acquisitions have seen a record number of transactions and continue to draw staggering figures. According to a recent IMAA report, 2018 saw about 49,000 global M&As with a combined enterprise value of $3.8 trillion. This year is projected to have similar or greater numbers.

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Businesses Need To Adopt A Zero-Trust Approach To Stay Secure While Working Remotely

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on Forbes.

With COVID-19 forcing organizations of all sizes to shift employees to remote work, some may be concerned their company’s cybersecurity measures are inadequate. Though COVID-19 is the most drastic recent example of necessitating working from home, it certainly won’t be the last.

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Four Keys to Proper Cyber-Hygiene on World Password Day 2020

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on ITProPortal.

World Password Day occurs each year on the first Thursday of May. This year, May 7th will mark the occasion. There’s no better time than the present for organizations to assess cyber hygiene best practices for keeping data and devices secure from cyber threats.

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Identity Automation Announces Acquisition of Enboard

I am pleased to announce that Identity Automation has acquired Enboard, provider of automated user account management, single sign-on (SSO), smart account provisioning, rostering, and secure encryption solutions for the education market.

Identity Automation and Enboard are both driven by a commitment to excellence in service, expertise, and innovation.

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Identity Automation to Showcase Award-Winning IAM Platform at 2020 HIMSS Conference

I’m excited to announce Identity Automation will be exhibiting in booth #5669 at the 2020 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s (HIMSS) Global Health Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, March 10-12.

The HIMSS conference offers a unique opportunity for us to showcase our award-winning solutions to healthcare professionals from around the country.

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Identity Automation and NetMotion Partner to Streamline the Mobile User Experience

I am pleased to announce a partnership between Identity Automation and NetMotion to provide mobile workers the industry’s most comprehensive identity, access, and connectivity solution available today.

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Identity Automation Awarded KLAS Category Leader in Identity and Access Management

I’m thrilled to announce that Identity Automation has been named 2020 Category Leader in the Identity & Access Management segment of the 2020 Best in KLAS: Software & Services report by KLAS Research.

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Identity Automation’s 2019 Milestones Drive Momentum into 2020

I’m proud to share our latest press release announcing our team achieved numerous, significant milestones throughout 2019 driven by the Identity Automation 2.0 growth strategy, a targeted initiative to scale the business with increased focus on execution.

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Identity and Access Management – Bridging the Efficiency and Security Gap in Healthcare

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on HIT Consultant.

The healthcare sector is charged with preserving some of the most sensitive information of any industry. Hospitals and clinics are required to securely store data, such as social security numbers, patient medical records, insurance policy details, and credit card numbers.

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