Reminder May SharePoint User Group Meeting is Tonight!
Tuesday, May 27, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We will finsih in time for the Spurs game!
If you have RSVP'ed, this is just a reminder... see you tonight
Antonio Maio - Senior Manager and Senior SharePoint Architect,
Microsoft SharePoint MVP
How Claims is Changing the Way We Authenticate and Authorize in SharePoint
With the release of SharePoint 2010, Microsoft introduced a new concept called "Claims" into its authentication and authorization capabilities. SharePoint 2013 went a step further making Claims Based Authentication the default method for verifying that users are who they say they are when they login. Claims, and identities in general, are playing a bigger role in the security capabilities of systems like SharePoint, enabling us to solve some new and exciting challenges for our customers. This session will introduce the concepts of claims based authentication and authorization and discuss how identity is changing the way we secure applications. It will include details on how to configure and use of claims in SharePoint 2013, as well as practical authorization examples from commercial enterprise, military and government. Finally, it will present the options available for customizing these processes in Microsoft SharePoint 2013.
Antonio Maio is an information security professional with over 20 years of experience in cyber security practices and systems. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Antonio is a senior manager and senior SharePoint architect with Protiviti. His varied background includes in-depth knowledge of public key infrastructure, identity management and access control systems, as well as information security best practices. His broad knowledge and experience with Microsoft SharePoint extends over the last 8 years and focusses on solving security challenges for enterprise customers, military organizations and governments. Antonio is passionate about helping customers be productive with software and he has received a Microsoft MVP Award (Most Valuable Professional) for the last 3 consecutive years specializing in Microsoft SharePoint Server. When he’s not working with customers to help them get the most out of SharePoint, he can be found contributing to the SharePoint community either through sessions at user group meetings and conferences or through his blog at www.trustsharepoint.com
This months sponsor is Randstad. http://technologies.randstadusa.com/
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San Antonio SharePoint User Group
The San Antonio SharePoint User Group (SASUG) was established by local, San Antonio professionals who are excited about Microsoft SharePoint. Our goals are to:
• Build a San Antonio community around SharePoint and related technologies
• Share information and ideas on SharePoint
• Allow for members and companies to share innovative programs and solutions based on and related to SharePoint.