Learn more about the University rollout of HarvardKey, a new approach to account management that will give faculty, staff, students, Alumni, and affiliates access to the Harvard resources they use every day with just one username and password.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about provisioning within HarvardKey's backbone system, SailPoint IdentityIQ. Includes details on how provisioning works and new benefits that will accompany HarvardKey rollout.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about two-step verification. Includes details on how two-step verification works, why it's beneficial, and how and when it will be implemented in conjunction with the rollout of HarvardKey.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about the Fall 2015 HarvardKey rollout. Includes an overview of HarvardKey and its benefits, key rollout dates, sample user scenarios, and a look at the HarvardKey user interface.
Presentation given July 22, 2015, for owners of applications registered to use PIN2, AuthProxy, CAS, or SAML. Includes information on HarvardKey rollout strategy, timeline, and guidance on optional testing.
Presentation from Jason Snyder, Scott Bradner, and Jane Hill at the 2015 HUIT IT Summit outlining IAM's facilitation of cross-university collaboration via new tools and applications as well as membership in Internet2's TIER group.
Presentation given to the FAS Standing Committee on IT by Jason Snyder on May 6, 2015. Includes information on Harvard's vision for IAM, a summary of business needs for FAS, an overview of HarvardKey, and information on onboarding workflow and sponsored affiliations.
Presentation given to the FAS IT Stakeholders committee in April 2015 outlining the HarvardKey user interface, rollout calendar, and onboarding workflow, as well as a rundown of sponsored affiliations, sponsored POI roles, and POI role types.
Learn about key benefits of HarvardKey — including a quick and easy self-claim app for newcomers, a self-service portal for existing users, and an immediately recognizable login screen so you can identify trusted systems that accept HarvardKey credentials.