Secure Cloud Applications without Disrupting your Infrastructureby Radiant Logic, Inc.
Published on: 10/17/2011
More organizations today are moving to the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model to take advantage of specialized new services without the cost and hassle of developing or managing them in-house. But securing these applications can be a challenge, as the cloud can put a strain on existing identity infrastructures. Adding cloud-based applications can be very complex, but it becomes even harder separating identity and access management (IAM) from the applications themselves.
View this paper to explore the challenges of adding cloud applications to IAM infrastructures and discover how to overcome them with a federated identity service based on virtualization for single sign-on across your enterprise and cloud applications.
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