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Trustgenix's IdentityBridge Standard Edition Trustgenix Price: Starting at $5,000 @exb Trustgenix's IdentityBridge Standard Edition @exe As more enterprises deploy extensive extranets, the need for each partner to control its local user data while sharing appropriate account information is paramount. But implementing federated identity and single sign-on (SSO) deployments requires significant effort, expertise and expense. Trustgenix's affordable and easy-to-implement IdentityBridge Standard Edition addresses this problem, allowing small organizations to plug in to an enterprise extranet. The product is aimed at smaller organizations participating in a "hub-and-spoke"-style extranet hosted by a larger enterprise (for example, a small auto parts distributor federating with an auto manufacturer's OEM channel extranet). The product allows the smaller company to use its local directory services for user authentication/account management and selectively publish a user's information to the federated resource. The partners can participate in the extranet without ... Access >>>
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