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Craig Burton Distinguished Analyst

KuppingerCole

As the creator of breakthrough concepts like NetWare Open Systems, The Network Services Model, metadirectory, and The Internet Services Model, Craig Burton is one of the leading visionaries and analysts in the computing industry. He is a frequently consulted expert on new technologies and the process of making software infrastructure ubiquitous.

Craig’s visionary understanding of new technologies and his familiarity with the needs of technology users led him to identify the market for a metadirectory product and allowed him to articulate the essential attributes of such a product. Craig invented the conceptual basis for metadirectory over 20 years ago while leading Novell, Inc. to success.

Craig was one of the founding members of Novell, where he served as senior vice president of corporate marketing and development. During his eight years with Novell, Craig’s unique market strategies (which included the development of concepts such as file server technology, hardware independence, fault tolerance, Universal NetWare Architecture and NetWare Open Systems) resulted not only in market leadership for Novell, but also served to accelerate the movement toward transparent multivendor computing.

When he co-founded The Burton Group (TBG) in 1989, Craig began to study the concept of metadirectory in earnest. As CEO, president and principal analyst of TBG, Craig provided independent market analysis on network computing technology and industry trends.

At Prognosys, The Burton Group’s 1996 Conference on Network Computing, Craig presented the criteria for measuring whether a technology meets the metadirectory requirements set forth by The Burton Group.

Craig’s contributions to computing have earned him recognition as one of the industry’s most influential analysts.

Since 1997, Craig Burton has been an independent analyst consulting with many industry vendors and concentrating on the Internet Services Model and the paradox of selling software infrastructure.

Craig Burton recently joined KuppingerCole as a Distinguished Analyst.

 Sessions

Date Title

European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013

May 14, 2013
14:25‑14:40
Keynote
The Future of IAM
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May 15, 2013
10:30‑11:30
Moving from Confusion to Clarity:
Next Generation Cloud and Mobile Identity Management
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May 15, 2013
14:00‑15:00
SAML, OAuth, SCIM, XACML
OASIS Panel: ID Protocols – Out with the Old and in with the New?
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May 15, 2013
17:00‑18:00
Combined Session
Identity Management as a Service (IdMaaS) - the Dope or are we Duped?
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May 15, 2013
18:40‑19:00
Keynote
Life Management Platforms Evolution
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May 16, 2013
10:30‑11:30
Combined Session
The API Economy—Understanding the API Ecosystem
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May 16, 2013
11:30‑12:30
API Security
Using and Abusing APIs: an Examination of the API Attack Surface
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May 16, 2013
14:00‑15:00
Combined Session
Life Management Platforms, Personal Data, Private Cloud - Standards and Initiatives
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May 16, 2013
15:00‑16:00
Architectural & Strategical Considerations
From Risk to Value: The Future of Social Media and their Role as Catalysts in Enterprise IAM
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May 16, 2013
16:30‑17:30
The Life Management Platform Prototypes
Architecture and functionality of the "EIC App"
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 Moderation

Title

European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013

How to Build your IAM/IAG Infrastructure the Right Way – and Support Business Today
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Identity and the API Economy
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Life Management Platforms, Personal Data, Customer Managed Relationships
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Information

Congress

European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013

Language:
English
Registration fee:
€1980.00 $2475.00 S$3168.00
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  • May 14 - 17, 2013 Munich/Germany

Key Topics

  • The Future of Cloud Identity

  • API Economy: Identity and The Inside-Out Enterprise

  • Beyond BYOD, IT Consumerization & Mobile Enterprise

  • How to deal with big data in a secure and compliant way

  • Service-Focused IT in the Age of Cloud Computing

  • Personal Data & Life Management Platforms

  • (Mobile) Privacy, Data Protection

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