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Novell SecureLogin 7.0 SP1 is Now Available


April 27, 2010 10:48 pm





Novell recently released the next version of its industry-leading enterprise single sign-on technology: Novell SecureLogin 7.0 SP1. The new version includes enhancements to the next-generation integration wizard and adds support for additional platforms and applications. The new enhancements include:

  • Next-generation integration wizard for faster application enablement and a shorter, error-free deployment
  • Support for .NET applications, Winforms & WPF
  • Support for Microsoft Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit)
  • Support for Citrix XenApp 5

Customers around the globe rely on Novell SecureLogin to not only tighten the security of enterprise applications, but also to improve to improve the end users and IT staff. According to Novell customer Nicholas Ivon, director of Information Systems for Clark & Daughtrey Medical Group,

“Novell SecureLogin has proven very effective at increasing employee efficiency. Managing a large number of user credentials manually was a big waste of time for both our IT staff and our providers. Novell SecureLogin has eliminated these issues. We no longer have to spend time on password resets, and we can on-board a new application with single sign-on in a matter of hours. As a result, my team has become much more proactive and the organization has realized a fast return on investment. In fact, we estimate the solution paid for itself in just over nine months.”

More information about Novell SecureLogin

Listen to an introduction to Novell SecureLogin podcast with Baber Amin, product manager, Novell

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