Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome midPrivacy, our data protection initiative. Identity management and data protection go hand in hand, one cannot really reach its full potential without the other. However, most identity management systems were a bit short on the data protection side. Therefore we have decided that it is the right time to do something about it. […]
Customer orientation always was a fundamental principle of Evolveum team. As our identity management system appears to be considerably popular in academic community, we have realized that there is plethora of improvements that we can make to increase the probability of our success in the academic sphere. We have concluded that the first and foremost Read more about MidPoint Becomes EquiDistance[…]
Stay at home they said, it will be fun they said. And they were right! Due to current situation in the world, it is better to self-isolate. Luckily, as the character of our work allows us to do so, the Evolveum team used this opportunity to stay at home. Instead of enjoying friendly atmosphere of Read more about Working remotely at Evolveum: isolate physically, not mentally[…]
Few weeks ago we attended RSA Conference, the biggest cyber security conference in the world. The conference took the whole week starting on Monday February 24th and ending up in the afternoon of February 28th with the great Penn & Teller show. It was exhausting but rich week during which we got a lot of Read more about RSA Conference 2020 and the Human Element[…]
New year is here and with it there is a new energy and new plans. There is a lot that we plan for 2020. This year is going to be exciting.
MidPoint survey results are in. MidPoint users had the chance to express their opinions about midPoint development and thus influence the future of midPoint. And many users did that – and by doing so, they managed to change the course of midPoint development.
There are many new features in midPoint 4.0, code-named “Gutenberg”. Archetype functionality is one of the big new things. Archetypes allow to divide objects to a very fine types with customized look and behavior. However, there is almost infinite ways how to sort and present objects. Archetypes would not be enough on their own. Therefore there is a companion feature that is focused on customized grouping and presentation of objects: collections and view.