Microsoft plans new Web services push

Thursday, 6 June 2002, 12:24 PM EST

The software maker will announce plans for technology code-named TrustBridge that will allow businesses to authenticate user identities between companies and applications using Web services standards.

With TrustBridge - which will debut next year - Microsoft is attempting to solve a common problem faced by workers in big companies: too many user identifications and passwords, said Adam Sohn, a product manager at Microsoft.

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