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August 28, 2006 10:31 am





Novell will be launching its next generation Web access management solution later this year. Since we couldn’t wait to share the news, we’ve just launched the Novell Access Manager pre- release program here.Novell Access Manager is a key component of Novell’s solutions for identity and security management, providing seamless single sign-on across technical and organizational boundaries. Novell Access Manager combines advanced capabilities such as multi-factor authentication, data encryption, clientless Web single sign- on and SSL VPN for seamless secure access to any application from any location. It is designed to simplify and safeguard online asset sharing, giving customers a new way to control access to Web-based and traditional business applications. Trusted users will have secure authentication and access to portals, Web- based content and enterprise applications.So what can you expect from the latest offering from Novell?Among other things, Novell Access Manager provides comprehensive, secure Web access that simplifies access without compromising security. It also includes support for the full Liberty Alliance Web Service Framework and SAML 2.0, leveraging industry standards to securely share identity information across business boundaries. It also enables federated provisioning, making it easier for customers to establish trusted relationships with an organization and its partners.There’s a lot more coming, but you need to wait until later this fall for the full story.In the meantime, more detailed technical information about the product is available in this white paper.

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  1. By:Steve Krogh

    “…about what’s happening in the company..” What group pays if past option grants were improper? I would suggest that it be the same BOD members and management figures that were involved in any problematic behavior. The company & shareholders have already paid for the same folks slow to no performence in bringing world-class, best of breed, award-winning technologies to a profitable market.