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Enhancements to Novell Roles Based Provisioning Module deliver maximum efficiency


September 30, 2009 6:10 pm





Organizational hierarchy, roles and users change constantly. Anyone who has had to provision and de-provision more than just a few users knows that it’s like sorting water, particularly if using manual procedures, which is prone to error, time-consuming, costly and difficult to track.  These limitations expose an organization to risk.  There are different job functions one person should not have; the person collecting money should not be same person depositing money.

With the latest version of Novell Roles Based Provisioning Module, organizations can automate the process and empower business users to control access and authorization. This capability reduces dependence on IT organizations for routine provisioning tasks. By eliminating the complexity of provisioning, security officers and IT directors can spend time and resources on what really matters – growing the business.

Enhancements include:

  • A dashboard-based interface that provides role relevant information including a holistic view of tasks, requests and role/ resource assignments.
  • Integration with an organization’s existing role systems to create a unified set of enterprise wide roles, enabling consistent business policy across application landscapes.
  • Instant information on user access rights including when and how they received the rights, and to which applications thereby simplifying compliance initiatives.
  • Integration with existing applications, allowing users to access password self- service, and roles and workflow related functionality from third-party applications such as SAP, all with a single password.

To learn more about Novell Roles Based Provisioning go here.

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