Organizations are increasingly moving toward cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. In many cases, they are forced to create a new set of identity credentials for end-users and, typically, these identities are based on insecure, outdated username and password approaches.
Our Single Sign On (SSO) solutions give your employees, customers and partners a single sign-on solution for accessing digital content, data and a variety of online services.
We help organizations realize their IAM strategy and architecture and invest in foundational technology elements that support user management and federation. Either via a personalized portal for authenticating users and granting access based on assigned roles and authority levels or via identity federation capabilities we can help to mitigate the risks of your organization. Identity federation provides Single Sign On capabilities due users will not be required to sign in multiple times, nor will they have to remember cloud-service-specific user authentication information (e.g., one user ID/password pair per provider). Our identity federation approach enables integration of user experience and business process across your organizational boundaries. It allows controlled portability of identity and entitlements, allowing you to weave business and process components to form a richer end-user experience. Identity federation is supported using the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) and other standards such as XACML, LDAP, OCSP, SSL, SOAP, XML, SPML or OAuth.
Employees are most productive when unencumbered by process or location. Our solutions enable employees to use their
time working and collaborating securely and without friction.
Automation and simplification of provisioning, which frees up IT staff to add more value to the enterprise.
Protection of valuable assets while reducing TCO and enabling the business to embrace advanced technology.
Offer your employees and other authorized users frictionless access to cloud and legacy apps while providing strong protection against breaches.