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Emerging Identity Partner recognition for Passlogix

Passlogix : 26 May, 2009  (Company News)
v-GO Access Accelerator Suite from Passlogix recognized by Microsoft for its ability to integrate MS IAM products into enterprise access and identity management solutions
Passlogix has been named Microsoft's UK Emerging Identity Partner of the Year for its ability to equip enterprises with a complete identity and access management (IAM) package integrating Microsoft's IAM products with Passlogix's own v-GO Access Accelerator Suite. The combined solution has been utilized in six projects in the UK to date, providing a comprehensive strategy for management of digital identities.

The v-GO Access Accelerator Suite is an integrated set of sign-on, authentication and provisioning enablement solutions that includes the market's most widely adopted solution for enterprise single sign-on (ESSO). The suite also offers the industry's first ESSO-based solution for managing shared passwords, the ability to provide strong authentication to applications, desktops and networks without expensive custom integration, and a variety of other components that help organizations improve productivity, security and regulatory-related user access controls.

Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager (ILM), Microsoft's primary IAM platform, is an integrated suite of products for managing the entire lifecycle of user identities and their associated credentials, including identity synchronization, certificate and password management, and user provisioning. Microsoft's IAM offerings also include associated solutions such as Microsoft Intelligent Access Gateway (IAG), a VPN solution that provides secure remote access to corporate applications for remote employees and business partners.

Together, products from the two companies provide an end-to-end solution for identity management for the extended enterprise. The v-GO On Demand Edition, for example, extends single sign-on to remote, mobile and temporary users from any location without the need to install any software, making it a natural integration partner for the Microsoft IAG VPN solution while also completing the IAG's web single sign-on capabilities.

"Passlogix has established partnerships with other leading identity and access management vendors, but a year ago, they had no Microsoft identity and access practice. Today, they offer a complete IAM solution utilizing our technologies," said Bruce Lynn, Head of UK Server Business Group, Microsoft UK. "This promises to be a strong ongoing relationship that will provide a seamless IAM package for enterprises of all sizes."

"Identity and access management is a critical issue for organizations from both an operational and a regulatory point of view. The more pieces of the total solution that can be provided from a single source, the better in terms of speed, reliability and accountability," said Sean Harris, Vice President of Business Development, Passlogix. "Our work with Microsoft in the UK offers these benefits and provides a dependable resource for enterprises that are upgrading older IAM systems or launching new IAM initiatives."


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