Organizations can now administer on-premise and cloud systems from a single Identity management platform. This gives organizations a centralized solution to manage a hybrid environment
Cortlandt Manor, NY (PRWEB) April 13, 2016
OpenIAM, a vendor specializing in enterprise security, has announced version 3.4 of its Identity Manager. The OpenIAM suite is used globally by mid to large organizations in a variety of industries including financial services, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing and education. These organizations are using the OpenIAM solution to address a broad spectrum of challenges to improve security, compliance, reduce operational cost and improve end user productivity. The OpenIAM solution provides organizations with automated user life-cycle management, access governance and certification, Self-Service and Single Sign-On to both cloud and on-premise applications.
In this new version, organizations can look forward to:
*Expanded self-service functionality including Text/SMS token-based forgot password
*Entitlement and license management for popular cloud solutions such as Microsoft Office365, Google for Business and Box.net
“Organizations can now administer on-premise and cloud systems from a single Identity management platform. This gives organizations a centralized solution to manage a hybrid environment,” said Ameet Shah, VP of Product Marketing at OpenIAM. “The integrated view also reduces the learning curve for administrators since they can perform their common tasks from a single interface instead of having to juggle separate administration interfaces for each product.”
About OpenIAM, LLC
Founded in 2008, OpenIAM is a comprehensive Identity and Access Management infrastructure that provides a strong security foundation to provision users and authenticate and authorize access to enterprise systems. The OpenIAM product suite has been built from the ground up to provide a cost effective, easy to use IAM solution without the issues found in offerings that have grown largely through acquisitions and legacy systems. The company’s products are being used by mid to large organizations in a variety of industries including: Government, financial services, telecommunications, education, healthcare, manufacturing, publishing, and retail. The OpenIAM ecosystem also includes systems integrator partners in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America.