Microsoft and federated identities: the road to single sign-on

Thursday, 18 August 2005, 2:09 AM EST

Single sign-on. Symbolically at least, it may be a kind of grail for IT staffers who today need to administer thousands of user accounts - often a jumble of weakly-related identities stored in a dizzying variety of directory management systems in different environments.

By Stuart J. Johnston at ENT News.

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