Federated IdM for Libraries – SeamlessAccess.org and FIM4L, Two Sides of the Same Coin

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The steady progress of digitisation of our everyday lives does not come without its challenges despite all the opportunities it creates. One of the big challenges is data protection, which is also at the center of an overall heated discourse, especially in the context of cooperation potential enabled by digital innovation. The more data is…

DAASI International Celebrates Employee Anniversary – 15 Years with Dr. Martin Haase

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Spending an entire life with one company? Some might say it is a desirable exception, others might say it has become untimely. Martin, however, says: “Never change a winning team!” On January 19, 2021 our esteemed colleague, Dr. Martin Haase, celebrated 15 years of working with and for DAASI International – naturally, we celebrated in…

Five Good Reasons for Open Source

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“In the beginning all software was free” – Georg Greve Fit for the Future with Open Source – 5 Arguments to Consider in Your Company’s Evalutation Process Experiencing a renaissance, open source software enjoys increasing popularity amongst all kinds of companies and organisations. However, the surge in popularity is not even all that new, back…

Artificial Intelligence and Racism – Commentary by Peter Gietz

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  In our digitised world, we encounter Artificial Intelligence (AI) all the time, and in almost all aspects of our daily lives. It is possible to simply ask the voice-activated assistant on your smartphone for directions, or you can take funny photos with a filter, which automatically recognises the human face. But Artificial Intelligence also…

DAASI International Will Become an “Architect for the Next Generation Internet”

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European Commission Promotes Software Development to Increase Data Security The IT-service provider DAASI International from Tübingen is going to join the EU-project Next Generation Internet (NGI). The project seeks to develop sustainable encryption and authentication technologies for the next generation Internet. Ultimately, these new technologies are supposed to also prepare for the new challenges which…

Graduate Thesis at DAASI International: Interview with Gabriel Dimitrov

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DAASI International offers students the opportunity to supervise their graduate thesis, so they can put their topic to work in a real-life business environment. Most recently, Gabriel Dimitrov wrote his bachelor thesis with DAASI International, in the following short interview he talks about his experiences. Tell us something about you, who are you? My name…

DAASI International released new version of their open source solution didmos

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The second generation of the open source framework for identity & access management is now available. didmos, the open source solution for Identity & Access Management (IAM) from DAASI International is now available in second generation, the source code is publicly available. The revised modular framework consists of state-of-the-art technology, exclusively based on open source…

Cooperation between the Publishing House Cornelsen and DAASI International enables SCIM Interface to midPoint

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  The source code of the midPoint SCIM connector, as well as the overlay will be published. As open source product it is freely accessible for anyone interested. Within the means of a recent joint project of the German publishing house Cornelsen and the Tübingen-based IT service provider DAASI International, the SCIM protocol was successfully…

Video Conference Tool for NGOs Free of Charge – DAASI International Provides Jitsi Servers

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  Tübingen, May 14, 2020 – The Tübingen IT service provider and software development company DAASI International provides communication servers for the open source software Jitsi, and is going to host them for one year free of charge. This offer extends to any private organisation which are charitable to social, humanitarian, or environmental causes. Recently,…
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