Liberty Alliance: 2003 brings products, services

Wednesday, 8 January 2003, 12:16 AM EST

A poll of Liberty Alliance Project member organizations indicates that 2003 will see the emergence of new technology that applies identity management and user authentication standards developed by the industry consortium.

On Tuesday the Alliance released the survey results along with examples of projects that are currently under way using the 1.1 specifications and information on new Alliance members.

According to the Alliance, a poll of its members found that:

- Fifty-nine percent of those members who responded planned to implement the Alliance's 1.1 standards in IT projects or products released this year.

- Seventy percent of those who responded planned to implement the Alliance's standards, though not necessarily in 2003.

- Fifty-two percent said that they would be deploying the Liberty Alliance specifications in services that benefit their own employees.

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