News

Identity Broker v5.3 released
With the release of Identity Broker v5.3, UNIFY Solutions adds support for the PostgreSql - 2017 database of the year.
Official launch of Cloud Automation for ichris/chris21 and Active Directory
UNIFY Solutions is proud to announce the official launch of Cloud Automation for ichris and Active Directory. This solution enables the synchronisation of your ichris or chris21 records to Active Directory, with Cloud Automation.
Official launch of Cloud Automation for Aurion and Active Directory
UNIFY Solutions is proud to announce the official launch of Cloud Automation for ichris and Active Directory. This solution enables the synchronisation of your Aurion HRIS records to Active Directory, with Cloud Automation.
UNIFY welcomes the appointment of Claudette McAuley to the role of People & Culture Manager.
UNIFY Solutions’ Identity and Security services can now be sourced through the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) Digital Market Place.
Like many other .NET developers, we of the UNIFY Solutions product group have been enticed by the promise of platform independent .NET offered by .NET Standard and/or Core. More than simply allowing our product Identity Broker to run on Linux, freeing our products from Windows-based operating environments will allow them to become more flexible and ready for next-generation, cloud-based compute technologies. To this end we have recently begun the process of re-targeting our core product libraries from .
The UNIFY Solutions Architects Council was founded in 2016 to create a collective with which to deliver outstanding services in the Identity and Access Management arena.
The UNIFY Identity Conference took place this year at the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort in Queensland, Australia. The conference saw UNIFY Solutions’ employees from our various offices gathering in one place for a packed schedule including leadership presentations, partner sessions, teambuilding and breakout groups.
When working with large systems, especially with software, inevitably something will go wrong and you’ll be stuck trying to diagnose it. My years of developing software have given me a lot of practice diagnosing errors or unintended behaviour in software systems (usually in my own code), and over time I’ve built up a systematic process that I run through to speed up the process.
The New Zealand government architecture team, within the Department of Internal Affairs needed to set a clear direction for agencies to adopt standard Identity and Access Management (IAMS) Frameworks for internal users, taking into account new demands for cloud and shared government services.