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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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"With our identity management capabilities, MongoDB users
For BMC's Business Service Management customers, SailPoint IdentityIQ provides highly complementary identity governance capabilities to BMC's Remedy self-service, help desk, change management and asset management solutions, aligning identity management processes with other IT services delivered to the business.
"An effective identity management roadmap takes into consideration your business objectives, technical objectives, as well as a healthy understanding of how various identity management components interact.
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At Escambia County School District in Pensacola, FL, the decision to move to an identity management solution was likewise prompted by a desire to get control over an overwhelming volume of data.
The appliance-like 'IDM in a Box' combines the best of Sun's hardware and software solutions and is being positioned for businesses requiring secure and effective Identity Management solutions with rapid RoI.
There are some common threads that run through the entire book: technology impacts and challenges identity; identity has a complex, multi-faceted and evolutionary nature; the privacy dogged challenges of identity and identity management; and the need and call for a holistic approach to tackle identity issues.
With both the supply of identity management solutions and the demand for the product offerings poised to accelerate in the near-term, it is instructive to review the problems that identity management solutions are meant to solve--and the obstacles that still remain along the growth path.
Centrify is a leading provider of auditing, access control and identity management solutions that centrally secure an organization's heterogeneous systems, web applications, databases and storage systems using Microsoft Active Directory.
Demand for identity management among corporations, institutions and government enterprises is also fueled by these organizations' increased reliance on electronic means of communicating with employees, trading partners and other third parties, noted TowerGroup.
THE INTERNATIONAL Telecommunication Union (ITU) has launched a 'focus group on identity management', uniting software developers and vendors, standards forums, manufacturers, telecommunications companies and researchers in developing interoperable fraud-proof systems.
Apere has launched an innovative security appliance aimed at the mid-market that combines identity management and network access control in a single box.