Kantara to Seek Web 2.0 Answers

Nearly 45 organizations from the global identity and Internet communities are participating in the launch of Kantara Initiative, a new organization formed to solve the harmonization and interoperability challenges that currently exist among identity-enabled enterprise, Web 2.0 and Web-based applications and services.

Kantara Initiative has been founded to collaboratively foster the innovation required for broad adoption of interoperable identity-enabled solutions across industries, regions and fixed and mobile networks. As of the launch, nearly 20 initial work and discussion groups have been proposed by the growing Kantara Initiative community.

The launch of Kantara Initiative comes after a year of strategic planning involving stakeholders representing the entire identity ecosystem. This planning focused on how to best move the industry forward as the enterprise identity landscape continues to evolve and use of social networking and Web 2.0 applications rapidly proliferates, with growing interaction between these three markets driving new use cases and identity requirements.

Nearly 45 organizations from the global identity and Internet communities are participating in the launch of Kantara Initiative, a new organization formed to solve the harmonization and interoperability challenges that currently exist among identity-enabled enterprise, Web 2.0 and Web-based applications and services.

Kantara Initiative has been founded to collaboratively foster the innovation required for broad adoption of interoperable identity-enabled solutions across industries, regions and fixed and mobile networks. As of the launch, nearly 20 initial work and discussion groups have been proposed by the growing Kantara Initiative community.

The launch of Kantara Initiative comes after a year of strategic planning involving stakeholders representing the entire identity ecosystem. This planning focused on how to best move the industry forward as the enterprise identity landscape continues to evolve and use of social networking and Web 2.0 applications rapidly proliferates, with growing interaction between these three markets driving new use cases and identity requirements.

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