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Cloud Security: Hybrid Models for Graceful IAM Migration

Merritt Maxim, Sr. Principal, CA Technologies
While IAM as a cloud service offers real value, many organizations have invested significantly in on-premise IAM implementations to meet their unique business and operational requirements. So how can a company realize the benefits of cloud IAM without sacrificing all the development and customization present in their on-premise IAM implementation?

Hybrid cloud IAM solutions offer the best of both worlds by combining the best practices of on-premise IAM implementations with the benefits, cost savings and efficiencies of cloud services. With careful planning and execution, the result is a solution that combines the cloud’s scalability and agility with all the traditional controls and data privacy of the on premise IAM deployment.

Please join Merritt Maxim from CA Technologies on October 17 for an informative session on how to plan for a hybrid cloud IAM architecture and key considerations organizations should take before moving down the path to hybrid cloud IAM. This session will be followed by an interactive panel session featuring a mix of industry experts and end-user organizations discussing hybrid cloud IAM.
Oct 17 2012
39 mins
Cloud Security: Hybrid Models for Graceful IAM Migration
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