Businesses Get Tools To Manage Access Rights

Wednesday, 22 January 2003, 4:35 PM EST

It's difficult and costly for companies with thousands of employees and scores of applications to give the right people access to the proper IT systems, while ensuring that the wrong people don't gain access to anything. It's even more challenging when customers and partners need access to your systems.

As more businesses adopt some form of identity-management software, vendors are rolling out enhancements to make it easier to add and delete user-access rights. IBM this week will introduce an upgrade to its IdentityManager application, which comes with WebSphere, DB2 database, and Directory Server.

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