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16 March 2015
TNC15 still welcoming registrations

We would like to kindly invite you to register for TNC15, the largest research and education networking conference, which will be taking place in Porto, Portugal, between 15-18 June. Our preliminary programme is now available from the TNC15 website, and we've also kicked off with our TNC15 blog, which you can find at http://tnc15.wordpress.com. Please note that you can still contribute by submitting posters and lightning talk proposals as well. The deadline for these is 15 April.

 
16 March 2015
Only a few weeks left to nominate for Community Awards 2015!

During this year's Networking Conference, TNC15, people who have made a significant contribution to the research and education networking community's activities will be honoured with our yearly Community Awards. Nominations for the awards are still welcome until the deadline at midnight CE(S)T on 29 March 2015.

 
10 March 2015
Celebrating 10 years of SAML 2.0 at the heart of online identity

The SAML 2.0 protocol celebrates its 10th anniversary on 15th March 2015. This XML (Extensible Markup Language)-based open-standard data format enables the exchange of authentication and authorisation data between identity providers and service providers, and is at the heart of eduGAIN and of research and education identity federations worldwide.

SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is a product of the Security Services Technical Committee of OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards). The community voted to approve the SAML 2.0 standard on 1 March 2005, and it achieved its final version two weeks later. Some 30 individuals from almost 30 companies and organisations were involved in the creation of SAML 2.0 and it has seen significant uptake across the globe.

 
6 March 2015
GÉANT CEO, Bob Day, awarded an MBE

Dr Bob Day, Executive Director Janet, and currently Chief Executive Officer of GÉANT, was awarded an MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) as part of the British Queen’s New Year honours list 2015, for services to information technology.

 
23 February 2015
Open Education Resource hub and portal reaches important milestone

The GÉANT Association’s Open Education Resource (OER) service development pilot has reached an important milestone. The pilot resulted in a working prototype metadata-aggregation hub and web portal that can provide aggregated multimedia e-learning content to the higher education and academic research communities. The pilot has been completed and the preliminary project results and deliverables are available online. OER activities will continue in the GN4 (GÉANT) Project from April.

 
17 February 2015
Join the TF-MSP community forum on joint procurement

The Task Force on the Management of Service Portfolios, TF-MSP is dedicating the whole of its next meeting, in Amsterdam on 18-19 March, to joint procurement. Registration is open and your participation is welcome!

 
17 February 2015
Successful joint US and EU workshop on Trust and Identity

The GÉANT TIC (Trust and Identity Committee) and Internet2 TIER (Trust and Identity for Education and Research) initiatives met at a workshop in Zurich on 3-4 February to discuss the status and future of US-EU collaboration on trust and identity technology, policy, and federation efforts. The workshop was hosted at the offices of SWITCH, Switzerland’s national research and education network (NREN).

 
9 February 2015
Reasons to nominate a colleague for this year's Community Award

There is still time to nominate a peer or colleague for the 2015 research and education networking Community Awards, before the deadline of midnight on 29 March 2015. Anyone who has contributed their time, ideas and expertise to the research and education networking community's collaborative work is eligible. People who were nominated but did not receive the award in 2014 may be nominated again this year, so please take this opportunity!

 
9 February 2015
Only a few more weeks to enjoy early-bird discount for TNC15

You can enjoy a discounted rate for this year’s networking conference,TNC15, until midnight (CET) 22 February so be quick to register! Registration before this date costs €550 ex. VAT, and includes access to all sessions, demonstrations, posters, exhibits, lightning talks and social events as well as coffee and lunch breaks. After this deadline you can still register online until 5 June at a cost of €650 ex. VAT.

Proposals for lightning talks, demos, exhibits and posters are welcome until 15 April. Additional sponsors are welcome any time.

 
5 February 2015
Trusted Introducer welcomes newly certified teams

The Trusted Introducer service welcomed four newly certified teams and awarded re-certification to NCSC-NL at the 44th meeting of TF-CSIRT (task force on Computer Security Incident Response Teams) in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. The meeting was a joint event with FIRST (global Forum for Incident Response and Security Teams) and TF-CSIRT coming together to run a Joint Technical Colloquium, welcoming over 130 attendees from across the globe.

 
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