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With Debut Of SendHub Manager, Google Voice Alternative SendHub Now Offers Businesses An Easier Way To Provision Hundreds Of Phone Lines – TechCrunch

SendHub, a Y Combinator-backed call and messaging solution for individuals, businesses and other organizations, is today launching a new product meant to address the needs of provisioning numbers to employees in larger organizations. With SendHub Manager, as the feature is being called, organizations will have access to an online dashboard where they can quickly create, move or delete phone lines for their staff. Explains SendHub co-founder Garrett Johnson, "it's essentially like Google Apps for phones."

YuLife picks up $120M at an $800M valuation as it expands its gamified, wellness-focused approach to life insurance – TechCrunch

YuLife originally made a name for itself in its home market of the U.K. for its new approach to the provisioning of life insurance: yes, sell a policy that provides financial security to your people in the event of your death; but do so with a focus on improving the policyholder’s current life with wellness […]

Coder Speeds Build Time with Multicloud Platform – The New Stack

Coder is an open source platform that provides developers with more tooling options, while still supporting uniform provisioning on demand.

The other federation technology | Network World

While we've seen, over the past few issues, that federated provisioning still has a long way to go there's another technology, an older technology, which might bear another look.

Enterprise Provisioning vs. Federated Provisioning | Network World

When last we spoke I left you thinking about deprovisioning both your people from apps you don't control or your apps from people you don't control. It's a big issue with software-as-a-service (SaaS) and federated provisioning. It was the Burton Group's Ian Glazer who said: "...there should be no reason why deprovsioning from an application like Salesforce.com is any harder than deprovisioning from LDAP." And, in truth, maybe it isn't.

Citrix acquires Ardence for PC, server provisioning | Network World

Latest management news.

Provisioning/deprovisioning problematic for a third of organizations | Network World

Every time we think we've finally gotten a handle on the user provisioning/deprovisioning issue something comes along to disabuse us of that notion. In this case it's the results of a survey of attendees at last spring's Directory Experts Conference (DEC) put on by NetPro.

The promise of provisioning | Network World

Way back in the dark ages, 10 whole years ago, I first wrote about provisioning as the "killer app" for Identity Management. Actually, I called it the killer app for directory services, since the identity management tag hadn't yet been promulgated. In a piece I wrote for Novell's Web site (now, sadly, no longer available), I touted Business Layer's eProvision Employee application and talked about what was to come. Sometimes prognosticators are wrong.

Federated provisioning could exist | Network World

Today we'll wrap up our current discussion of federated provisioning. That's easy, because there really is no such thing today. But there might be if reason prevails. Let me tell you about it.

Federated provisioning could exist | Network World

Today we'll wrap up our current discussion of federated provisioning. That's easy, because there really is no such thing today. But there might be if reason prevails. Let me tell you about it.

TeleGea enhances service software | Network World

At ComNet this week, TeleGea will announce the addition of reporting and analysis capabilities to its service-provisioning software to ease service activation.

Celite takes delight in provisioning | Network World

Celite makes its debut at ComNet this week with gear that lets carriers pre-provision broadband Internet access for entire neighborhoods, leaving no other provisioning work except to have customers buy and plug in Celite’s home broadband modems.

TeleGea enhances service software | Network World

At ComNet this week, TeleGea will announce the addition of reporting and analysis capabilities to its service-provisioning software to ease service activation.

Celite takes delight in provisioning | Network World

Celite makes its debut at ComNet this week with gear that lets carriers pre-provision broadband Internet access for entire neighborhoods, leaving no other provisioning work except to have customers buy and plug in Celite’s home broadband modems.

A ComNet coming-out party | Network World

At ComNet last week, a start-up company had its coming-out party with an enticing proposition: products that let carriers preprovision broadband Internet access for entire neighborhoods, leaving no other provisioning work except to have customers buy and plug in the company's home broadband modems. Celite, an 18-month-old Austin, Texas, company claims it can cut the per-customer deployment cost for DSL from $275 to as low as $69 in areas where 40% of customers sign up for the service - savings providers co

Provisioning and federation | Network World

Federated provisioning is the topic, and the raging dispute about its pros and cons is today's subject. It started with the comment by Daniel Wakeman (CIO, Educational Testing Service), who said "It's a 'huge shortcoming' that SaaS [Software-as-a-Service] vendors do not embrace 'federated identity management' standards allowing centralized identification and validation of users via a single sign-on process..."

The last word on federated provisioning...for now | Network World

I'd thought we'd probably had the last word on federated provisioning, but a couple of old friends (and regular readers) had some more information which they've allowed me to share with you.

Provisioning and federation | Network World

Federated provisioning is the topic, and the raging dispute about its pros and cons is today's subject. It started with the comment by Daniel Wakeman (CIO, Educational Testing Service), who said "It's a 'huge shortcoming' that SaaS [Software-as-a-Service] vendors do not embrace 'federated identity management' standards allowing centralized identification and validation of users via a single sign-on process..."

Ubuntu founder pitches new tool for server provisioning | Network World

Ubuntu developer Canonical is working on a new provisioning platform called Metal as a Service (MAAS), which will be used to activate new servers, on top of which a cloud can be deployed, founder Mark Shuttleworth said in a blog post on Wednesday.

A ComNet coming-out party | Network World

At ComNet last week, a start-up company had its coming-out party with an enticing proposition: products that let carriers preprovision broadband Internet access for entire neighborhoods, leaving no other provisioning work except to have customers buy and plug in the company's home broadband modems.

Enterprise Provisioning vs. Federated Provisioning | Network World

When last we spoke I left you thinking about deprovisioning both your people from apps you don't control or your apps from people you don't control. It's a big issue with software-as-a-service (SaaS) and federated provisioning. It was the Burton Group's Ian Glazer who said: "...there should be no reason why deprovsioning from an application like Salesforce.com is any harder than deprovisioning from LDAP." And, in truth, maybe it isn't.

Start-up Securent aims at 'entitlement management' | Network World

Start-up Securent makes its debut this week with enterprise middleware for policy-based user authorization and enforcement, an area of provisioning known as entitlement management.

How does automated QoS work? | Network World

We mentioned last time that, as more and more application traffic (including voice) joins IP networks, the ability of enterprises to get their arms around quality of service provisioning and management is growing more important. Some of the router vendors, including Alcatel and Cisco, have begun automating this process for their switches and routers. Their early systems focus on voice over IP, for the obvious reason that VoIP is the most persnickety of applications in terms of latency and jitter.

Blade servers for a plug-and-play data center | Network World

The flexible data center of the future is emerging in many enterprises as data center managers try to turn the hype of “on-demand” or “utility” computing into reality. A flexible data center implementation is primarily an automated provisioning and management system over an infrastructure of commoditized and interchangeable computing, storage and networking components.

NetFlash: Microsoft preps move on identity management | Network World

The importance of comprehensive identity management to networks and security has been snowballing for several years now - to the point where even Microsoft is ready to roll more identity management capabilities into Windows. The company’s Identity Integration Server will be truly integrated, bringing provisioning and password management. Microsoft preps move on identity management http://www.nwfusion.com/news/2005/022105-microsoft-identity.html?net Identity Management Newsletter http://www.nwfusion.com/n

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