The roadmap to identity management

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What does Identity and Access Management (I&AM) really mean to a business? The answer varies depending on who you talk to. For example, consider the viewpoints of the three board-level people most directly involved in decisions on any I&AM investment: the CEO, CFO, and CIO/CTO.

To the CEO, I&AM probably means very little. What he wants to know is how something that sounds like an IT project will enable the business to increase revenue, beat the competition and/or reduce costs. I&AM can help an organisation do all these things? but the problem is getting enough CEO ...

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