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UniSource selected Fischer Identity Suite to create an automated provisioning environment to control, approve, audit, and enforce access to network resources, badge-enabled areas, and physical assets.
As our network continues to grow, we need to ensure we can expand our provisioning capabilities to include application delivery to community physicians and nurses beyond our walls.
Ultimately, Courion was chosen over several other vendors for ease of configurability; being standards-based; its market share and longevity; and most importantly for offering a product set that could address both their password and provisioning needs.
Even when administrators adopted virtualization, they still spent a huge amount of time provisioning the virtual volumes.
Identity management and user provisioning remain top IT priorities for leading healthcare organizations across the country.
OTCBB:DVNTF), a leading provider of mobile authentication security and access solutions, today introduced the Diversinet Provisioning Server for RSA SecurID([R]), a fast, easy and secure way for enterprises to deploy cost-effective RSA SecurID two-factor software authenticators.
RoleCourier is the only role lifecycle management solution on the market that is directly integrated with an automated provisioning solution to handle role and access provisioning as well as remediation.
Intelliden, a leading provider of Intelligent Networking solutions that enable organizations to control, manage and scale their networks, today announced the launch of a new solution for the provisioning of next generation services such as IPTV, video-on-demand (VoD), online gaming and VOIP.
The acquisition of Ardence and its real-time provisioning technology will give enterprises more options in how they deliver applications and apply enterprise resources in the most efficient way possible.