Simpler ID management readied by Microsoft

Monday, 1 November 2004, 12:30 AM EST

Microsoft is developing a portal-like interface for its identity management platform that will let users self-manage their identity information and provision network services.

The features are part of Gemini, the code name for the next version of Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS). Microsoft officials offered the first peek at Gemini at this week’s Digital ID World conference. Microsoft said Gemini likely would ship at the same time as Longhorn server in 2007, but could be released as early as 2006.

By John Fontana at Info World.

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