Friday Quick-Take: When to Change Your IAM Vendor

Changing identity and access management (IAM) vendors can be a difficult decision. Your organization has already spent a lot of time and money trying to make the current solution work. You’ve invested a lot to integrate the solution into your application environment. You’ve trained your IT staff and end users on how to use the solution and don’t want to face retraining them. But some situations make it almost mandatory to change IAM vendors. At the end of the day, this is a business decision based on the facts. You invested in your IAM solution to solve specific business problems, strengthen security and improve operational efficiency. If your current solution is not addressing these core needs, you need to move to a solution that will. How do you know when it’s time to make a change?

But some situations make it almost mandatory to change IAM vendors. At the end of the day, this is a business decision based on the facts. You invested in your IAM solution to solve specific business problems, strengthen security and improve operational efficiency. If your current solution is not addressing these core needs, you need to move to a solution that will. How do you know when it’s time to make a change?

Assess your current situation and see if you need to change you identity management vendor in our white paper, How to Know It’s Time to Change Your IAM Vendor.

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