V100 Show: Identity Management and Reputation-Driven Business, With Phil Windley

January 22nd, 2007 |
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vSpring v100 member Phil Windley speaks with Dennis Wood about identity management and the emergence of reputation-driven business. He discusses his interest in identity management and reputation systems and the foundational roles these systems play in both the enterprise software and Internet applications spaces. Windley sees the identity management space changing rapidly as large vendors such as Microsoft and Novell and initiatives such as OpenID launch Internet identity platforms. These new platforms will create an explosion of new opportunities in reputation-driven industries such as new media, e-commerce, and social media.

Windley is currently the executive producer of IT Conversations. He’s also an associate professor of computer science at Brigham Young University, and the author of the popular Technometria blog, as well as a frequent contributor to InfoWorld and Between the Lines. He is also the author of the book Digital Identity, from O’Reilly Media. Prior to joining BYU, Phil served as the CIO for the State of Utah, serving on then-Governor Leavitt’s cabinet and as a member of his senior staff. Before entering public service, Phil was vice president for product development and operations at Excite@Home and chief technology officer of iMALL, Inc. an early creator of electronic commerce tools.

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