IAM for the user: Achieving quick-wins in IAM projects
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, October 16, 2014 TIME: 4:00pm CET, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
Many IAM projects struggle or even fail because demonstrating their benefit takes too long. Quick-wins that are visible to the end users are a key success factor for any IAM program. However, just showing quick-wins is not sufficient, unless there is a stable foundation for IAM delivered as result of the IAM project. Thus, building on an integrated suite that enables quick-wins through its features is a good approach for IAM projects.
In this KuppingerCole Webinar, Martin Kuppinger will talk about 5 areas for quick-wins, such as simplified password resets or self-service request management. He will put this into context of generic IAM project risks.
In the second part, Idan Shoham of Hitachi-ID will show, based on customer success stories, how features such as group requests, self-service password management, and self-service access request management lead to successful implementations, while delivering a complete IAM platform as result.
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