Review: Imprivata OneSign v3.6

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Review: Imprivata OneSign v3.6

Convergence is the best word to sum up this appliance-based offering. Imprivata OneSign brings together three pieces of identity management. The first is authentication management, which replaces Windows-based authentication with stronger methods that can be managed in one place.

Next is single sign-on, which is implemented for all legacy, client/server, Windows, Java and web applications in an easy and efficient manner. The final piece is physical/logical, an interesting feature that can integrate network and building access systems to provide a single consolidated user ...

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