IBM delivers Tivoli identity software

Monday, 9 May 2005, 6:02 PM EST

Hoping to streamline the process of identity management and security among different companies and even among products that lack a common security scheme, IBM on Monday rolled out its Tivoli Federated Identity Manager.

The new offering is intended to help larger IT shops simplify the user registration and sign-on procedures for both internal and external services either across a single enterprise or a business partner ecosystem. The product is capable of securely linking employees and their customers to third-party organizations without the need to create another user ID and password or re-authenticating existing users, according to company officials.

By Ed Scannell at InfoWorld.

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