During the early days of the Age of Exploration, it took European navigators 10 years to get past Cape Bojador in Africa.
Once they got past it, they must have all wondered why they struggled with it in the first place.
Historians blame the delay on winds, currents and legends of sea monsters.
Although conditions posed some challenge there really was no excuse for how long it took explorers to round this small cape in Northern Africa.
When they did get past it they quickly made it to the next major geographical and psychological obstacle on the path to riches: the Cape of Good Hope.
It seems to us at Identropy that the current state of IAM is analogous to when Gil Eanes finally got around Bojador in 1434. In our view, we have rounded Bojador and there is absolutely no reason why IAM implementations should be something to fear.