Liberty Alliance holdout IBM ends resistance, joins

Thursday, 21 October 2004, 3:24 PM EST

IBM has become the latest company to join the Liberty Alliance, a global consortium aimed at developing standards for managing user identities. IBM joins Oracle and Intel as a backer of the effort, which Sun Microsystems leads.

The company joined the consortium on Wednesday, IBM said in a statement sent out to analysts the same day.

By Robert McMillan and Stacy Cowley at Info World.

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