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Client Watch-iotum

iotum is also an agency client, and it's rewarding when leading global publications start to take notice about stories we all have watched percolate first in the blogosphere.

Yesterday I found that the Financial Times' Paul Taylor has taken notice of iotum and their Demo performance as has Network World's Dave Kearns who relates their relevance technology for telecom closer to the Identity realm. Om Malik wrote about them in the upcoming March issue of Business 2.0 (not yet online) So too did Fortune Magazine's Adam Lashinsky as he highlighted the benefits of being a DEMO God.

Then there is the BlueBox Podcast hosted by Dan York. Dan usually delves into Security, but this time extended the angle to identity related privacy which is one part of what iotum can bring to the table.

Even Naked Conversations co-author Shel Israel (along with Robert Scoble) gets into the act and basks in the glory (and rightfully so) after going three for three with clients there who won DEMO God awards....(he's actually five for five over the last three Demo's at coaching teams to God status).


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