Microsoft Vendor Report

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Microsoft entered the market of Identity Management providers very late and at this stage adapted its portfolio of in-house tools for user account administration and access privileges to the challenges of managing customers' heterogeneous IT infrastructures. Since the strategists in Redmond realized the importance of an opening for third parties, Microsoft has been working at full speed on a further development and expansion of its Identity Management solutions, even though the Active Directory always takes centre stage. However, this focus is consistent with Microsoft's strategy.

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Jun 23, 2008

Microsoft Vendor Report

Microsoft entered the market of Identity Management providers very late and at this stage adapted its portfolio of in-house tools for user account administration and access privileges to the challenges of managing customers' heterogeneous IT infrastructures. Since the strategists in Redmond…

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