#TCEA16 – Identity Crisis Promo

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Identity Crisis PreConference Promo | Listen
“Are your end users juggling too many logins and passwords to various systems? If that’s the case, you may have a problem with account management, also known as identity management! 
This is Miguel Guhlin in TCEA Area 20! You can find me online @mguhlin via Twitter and/or Voxer. In this segment, we’ll be having a quick conversation with Virgil Kirk, Systems Interface Specialist and Identity Management Guru for the East Central Independent School District. You can find him online via Twitter @virgilkirk. 
In his session, Identity Crisis: Managing User Accounts, he shares several solutions to a problem districts across the Nation are facing as they go digital with…well, everything!
1. For our listening audience, Virgil, tell us about what you are here at TCEA 2016 to share.
2. If there was ONE take-away you wanted participants to get from your session, what would it be?
You can find more about Virgil Kirk’s presentation online at http://tinyurl.com/tcea16. And, of course, be sure to follow the #TCEA16 hashtag!


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