As a Microsoft Cloud-focused Systems Integrator (SI), we were in a good spot to tell attendees how to leverage their identity and access management, using whatever product on display.
We arrived early to set up the booth and enjoy breakfast. After that, we took a look at the main stage, where preparations were in full swing for a privacy panel.
At 11:20 AM, I was scheduled to present for 25 minutes on going password-less.
As not a lot of organizations focus in this area (yet), we thought it would be a good idea to talk about SCCT, our company and our vision, but most of all about Windows Hello for Business and the FIDO 2.0 login possibilities in Azure AD-joined Windows 10 version 1803 devices.
After the session, we enjoyed some more conversations with customers and potential customers, to better understand their needs, their worries about GDPR and the legacy stuff that’s keeping them back. Our team has a lot of answers and offers help in many of these areas.
I enjoyed Heliview’s IAM congress.
Thanks to all the people attending, sitting in on my session and, of course, the people that took the time out of their busy schedule to talk to us. We felt we brought unique value to the event as the only booth without products to sell.
Carlo Shaeffer has made SCCT’s presence possible at Heliview’s 2018 IAM Congress.