Receiving approval for project budgets has been difficult in these days, especially if there isn´t a very visible and almost immediate return on investment. Simplifying the way how users login to the applications they need for their daily business is an area, where plenty of low hanging fruits provide such immediate RoI i.e. through the reduction of password reset helpdesk calls. In this webinar, Joe Skocich from IBM and Martin Kuppinger will talk about commonly overlooked considerations when evaluating SSO solutions, and how to align short term tactical RoI considerations with long term business risk reducing strategies.
After Martin´s market overview, Joe will discuss three use cases that justify the expense - improving operational expenses, reducing risk and increasing business growth, to show that Enterprise Single Sign-on is more than just a "nice to have".
This webinar is supported by IBM.
Martin Kuppinger is Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, a leading analyst company for identity focused information security, both in classical and in cloud environments. Prior to KuppingerCole, Martin wrote more than 50 IT-related books and is known as a widely-read columnist... MORE
WW Sales Integration Leader for Encentuate
Joe Skocich is the WW Sales Integration Executive for TAM for Enterprise Single Sign-on at IBM. He has been a provider of of Identity and Access Management solutions for the last 12 years. He also serves IBM in the capacity of Identity and Compliance sales strategy. MORE
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