TechTarget has a great write up on North Carolina's installation of Identity Automation's system.
Identity Lifecycle Management is a function that occurs in all organizations but is usually a manual process at best. Many organizations are being driven to implement processes to automatically curtail user access based on their role within the organization and to automatically revoke that access upon termination.
Identity Automation has been selected to build the world’s largest cloud identity platform to service millions of users across the state of North Carolina.
In every identity project the topic of user account naming conventions comes up. We have seen just about every convention possible. More often than not, environments have more than one convention because over time they changed the convention but grandfathered in the existing accounts. Inevitably I’m asked, “What is the best user account naming convention for us to use?”
We have all heard the stories about businesses struggling to stay viable as we deal with the current economic slump. A topic that has been of particular interest to many of our existing and prospective customers in recent months has therefore been cost reduction. While the Identity Management space covers a lot of ground, one particular area that can have a big impact on cost is Password Self Service.
When we meet with a customer, we first like to build a common ground with regards to nomenclature. In the identity management field this is especially true because terms are used differently by different people/organizations. We find this to be especially true with discussions around the topic of SSO (Single Sign-On).
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