If your organization is thinking of deploying Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM), or is already going down that path:
- it’s important to understand MIM’s full capabilities and limitations
- how best to implement it
- and how to maintain it securely and effectively.
MIM is a complex and immensely powerful technology – so it’s vital that IT pros working with it get the properly structured, tried-and-tested training they need, particularly if they’re using MIM for hybrid/cloud enablement.
MIM training – your questions answered
Join us for a webinar on 11 September 2019 when Hugh Simpson-Wells (OCT’s Founder and CEO) and Mark Forbes (OCT’s BDM) will be in conversation answering some of the questions we are most frequently asked by people considering MIM training:
- What if I just want to know what MIM can do?
- Can I be trained up so that I’ll be able to setup, install, and configure MIM to integrate with our systems? Or will I still need to seek professional identity services?
- I’ve been using MIM for a while, should I start with the Foundation course or can I go straight into Advanced?
- I can’t travel to one of your classroom courses! What’s it’s like doing instructor-led training by Skype?
- I can’t be freed up for a 4 day course – what’s the online, self-paced option like, and will I learn the same stuff?
- We’d like training specific to our implementation – what are the options for private courses?
- What do I get with my training, and after it?
MIM for hybrid cloud enablement
Are you using the power of MIM to enable hybrid/cloud identity management? You must ensure that the data MIM passes to AD is clean and authoritative, which in turn ensures that Azure AD is correctly provisioning cloud apps, and taking appropriate authentication and authorization decisions. You can’t afford to get this wrong, and that’s why structured training is essential. (We would say that, wouldn’t we – but you know we’re right!)
Our legendary globe-trotting instructor, Paul Captainino, is generally too busy teaching – but he’ll be taking time out to join the conversation, with Hugh and Mark. Each will bring his own perspective. Between them there isn’t much they don’t know about MIM.
Got a question for us?
Use this form to submit your questions to us in advance! Send us your questions before Wednesday 4 September and we’ll weave the answers you need into our conversation during the webinar. The presenters will also be answering questions in a Q&A at the end of the webinar.
Who is this webinar for?
This webinar is for System Admins, Identity Consultants, IT Managers, Infrastructure Manager, IAM Architects and Identity Engineers, Technical Architect and anyone else responsible for MIM in their organization, and wondering: “do we need MIM training?”
DATE Wednesday, 11 September 2019
TIME 11am Pacific | 2pm Eastern | 7pm UK
DURATION 45 minutes to include 10 minute Q&A Submit your questions to us in advance!
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About the presenters
Hugh Simpson-Wells founded Oxford Computer Group way back in 1983, and has been in identity management since it began. He was asked by Microsoft to write the original courses for Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager – which later evolved into MIM. He knows the course contents probably better than the back of his hand.
Mark Forbes has been looking after Oxford Computer Group’s training customers worldwide for the best part of a decade and there is nothing he hasn’t been asked before about MIM training.