At Identity Automation, we’re passionate about security and have the opportunity to work with our customers on such issues each and every day.
There was a time when user expectations were simple. Give them some text, maybe a button or two and they were content. White and black were perfectly good colors. Why would you want pictures cluttering up your 640 x 480 workspace anyway?
Identity Automation believes in giving back to the community and has, for the past three years, participated in efforts to raise money for the Spring ISD Education Foundation whose mission it is to “...generate and distribute resources to the Spring Independent School District to enhance the quality of education.”
Many of our customers have found that as the number of critical applications and services increases in their environment, so does the need to deliver them to their users continuously. Additionally, users are demanding more out of the applications, wanting customized views, dynamic data, and ad-hoc reporting. These requirements are putting additional stress on the web servers and application infrastructure. Often, web or application servers become overly taxed, and appear non-responsive to the users.
As technology evolves we are finding that the methods for application delivery are also evolving. While there are a number of varying technologies such as application streaming and terminal services, the most exciting is the movement of applications into the cloud. Moving applications and services to the cloud allows them to be consumed via a browser which completely changes the landscape in terms of end-user platform requirements, licensing management and so much more.
During an identity management project, we frequently have discussions with our customers about provisioning via workflow. Some customers expect that they will have to deploy workflow to perform any type of provisioning while others hope to fully automate the entire process.
Back in March I gave Five Reason Why You Need An IDM Solution. We regularly talk with customers that would like to implement some sort of Identity Management (IDM) or Data Integration (DI) solution but are challenged with implementation costs, licensing costs, skills capability for infrastructure management and skills capability to manage and maintain the “drivers” that facilitate the movement of data between systems.
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