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Why doesn't adobe just join the AAF/Turakiri/Incommon and accept Institution credentials?

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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Why doesn't adobe just join the AAF/Turakiri/Incommon and accept Institution credentials?
I'm just going through the academic purchase process. Talk about inefficient.
Australia and New Zealand have established Access Federations which allow students and staff to use their own institutional credentials to log into web applications.
Almost all universities and a lot of polytechs have joined these Access Federations.
Adobe would be better off enabling federated login to prove that staff and students are who they say they are rather than use the current antique approach to validating memberships of insitutions.
Go see www.aaf.edu.au or tuakiri.ac.nz
regards
Tim Chaffe

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Thanks for the suggestion Timu. I will pass it on.