Vendor Report: Evidian
Evidian is a company mainly owned by Bull Group, a leading French IT company. The company pro-vides solutions for IAM with some GRC support and for IT Service Management, with IAM being the more important element in the overall portfolio.
Despite the breadth of their portfolio, Evidian isn’t usually recognized amongst the leading IAM ven-dors – which they should be. Evidian is at least amongst the best established and leading European IAM vendors. With their strengths in access management, E-SSO, and a consistent, integrated plat-form, Evidian provides an interesting approach to IAM with growing focus on supporting as well specific GRC requirements like policy management or role management.
Thus, Evidian shouldn’t be limited to an E-SSO vendor, where the company is rated amongst the leading-edge suppliers, but should be understood as IAM suite provider with a consistent, well-thought approach to manage identities and access consistently.
We recommend evaluating Evidian not only for E-SSO product selections but as well when choosing core solutions for IAM, including provisioning and web access management.
|Feb 05, 2009||
Vendor Report: Evidian
Evidian is a company mainly owned by Bull Group, a leading French IT company. The company pro-vides solutions for IAM with some GRC support and for IT Service Management, with IAM being the more important element in the overall portfolio. Despite the breadth of their portfolio, Evidian…
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