In a recent project I was required to use ActivIdentity ActivID for two factor authentication. This post is about my overall experience with the product and its poor approach to HA. While ActivID does work fine, and its tokens look nice and it works OK, this is not a product for any small or medium […]
I use a lot of technology that is developed in the US, and, consistently, when they ship that technology to ‘rest of the world’ they pass their support responsibilities so a distributor. While this looks like a good idea, the service the distributor delivers is usually poor. Why is this acceptable, and as a customer, […]
Engagement of an external technical party to review the design you are proposing to ensure that it meets the business needs and is technically viable Architecture that you designed is externally reviewed by a big consultancy who promptly treat it as an opportunity to troll for business at your company. At best, they see it […]
I have spent a bit of time yesterday and today installing CSM 3.2. You might want to hear about my experiences.
Excitement all over the place for me today. I am a big fan / user / bondage slave of CSM, and the 3.2 release looks like it covers some of my current pain points, expecially supporting the latest releases of ASA software. Also, VMware support is on the way!! Selected new fun packed features ï […]