In any enterprise, the ability to simply and securely log on to IT systems is key for all employees.
But when it comes to identity and access management within your organisation's IT infrastructure, not all authentication methods fit certain work styles. For many organisations, challenges lie in the auditing and managing of disparate platforms, third party federation (authentication), siloed user directories, password fatigue, and flawed manual provisioning and de-provisioning processes.
CDW's expert solutions team helps you to understand the current authentication and identity platforms in place and create a list of requirements, before advising on the best approach to fulfil desired outcomes. Our technology experts can help you improve user experience, remove complexity, increase productivity and enhance security. On top of this, we can aid you in simplifying auditing and reporting, as well as reducing your operational costs.
Our pervasive understanding of the complexity of delivering workspace component solutions, coupled with our position as a Tier 1 vendor with many major identity and access management providers, puts CDW in the perfect position to help you realise key benefits.
How We Can Help
Find out more about how our identity and authentication solutions can help you achieve your desired outcomes. Simply email email@example.com, call +44 207 791 6000 or contact your nearest CDW office.
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