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5 Reasons You Need Identity Management

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SamZ
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5/22/2013 12:33:26 AM
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Adil you are right, we as humans chose to live the way we live now or we were forced by matters to believe its best and we listened to them for years and years. How the world would have been if we have refused the technology, I am sure not better either. So the choice we made may not be great but definitely was better.

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SamZ
SamZ
5/22/2013 12:25:40 AM
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Interesting theory but I am really not fully convinced. Why would history about lets say moon (as old stories go about an old lady who live on moon) would relate to the fact that mankind landed on moon in 1969 and there isn't a ray of life.

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Adil
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5/20/2013 7:37:37 AM
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Shehzadi what I have seen that with advancement in technology and race to get farther then others we have forgot our basic nature of being humane. Now its a race against time and every one is bending upon getting ahead then others no matter what effects it have or at what cost. I know that technology is a blessing but not this kind of blessing which we have vreated for ourselves.

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Adil
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5/20/2013 7:34:14 AM
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Re: K.I.S.S.
SamZ right but I am of the opinion that what ever advancements are made peple should be aware of the basics. I support my comment with that we always tell our children our history so they should know whats all gone in history and thats create an automatic bonding. In same context knowing every mew technology without basics will not serve the purpose.

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SamZ
SamZ
5/19/2013 10:45:37 PM
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Re: Identity Management
I have worked in an office where operations played the central role and things used to route through Ops. Ops director played the leading role supervising HR and IT by becoming the bridge, this helped in maintaing good discipline and bringing both HR and IT close to work as a team.

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SamZ
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5/19/2013 10:42:10 PM
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DeBois "It would curtail the password issue, but it would influence the kinds of devices people use, and reduce the number of security/device combinations." isn't this a big advantage compared to the down side you have mentioned?

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SamZ
SamZ
5/19/2013 10:38:10 PM
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Re: K.I.S.S.
I agree risks and threats cannot be eliminated completely but you can always create layers of protection by making it hard for people to break in.

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SamZ
SamZ
5/19/2013 10:30:55 PM
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Adil, you gave a very simple example which being parent and teacher we face on daily basis. There has been discussion among elders as well on the same, some in favour and some against the use of calculators. Those who supported the idea had the opinion that world is changing into e-world, there is no harm in using a calculator as what is needed is right answer. A child even if using a calculator understand the requirement of addition and subtraction. One of my friend related it with going to a doctor "She narrated that few decades ago the doctor would prescribe medicines just by his observation and skills developed over period of time to determine the illness but now they first ask for tests first. Eliminating the human error factor, same can be seen"
The example was quite strange but you cannot stop someone from making their point the way they like.

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SamZ
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5/19/2013 10:14:14 PM
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Shehzadi, yes you are right having e-gadgets to play with does not mean one is getting right education. Professional requirements of today competitive world are much higher than what we had in previous decades. It is good that children today are tech savoy but with that we need to impart understanding of what professionalism really demands.

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shehzadi
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5/10/2013 11:33:05 AM
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@Samz..I agree with you. Infact we need to focus our attentions in the right direction. we must understand that by providing latest gadgetries and all technical support, we can't make people better professionals or human beings. There are so many other things which are involved in doing the collective good in society. 

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