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Spinning an identity web with RedSpider



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July 25, 2006 8:37 am

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A group of Dutch community colleges have banded together to create RedSpider, an identity management system based on Novell Identity Manager. This innovative system manages user accounts for 12 colleges and more than 150,000 staff and students across the Netherlands. User information is entered only once, but is accessible by all RedSpider community colleges. Students benefit with a single user name and password for all systems no matter where they are taking classes. The results: time saved and costs lowered. We could all learn a thing or two from RedSpider.

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    “Novell also understood our budget constraints, making an investment in our solution which individual colleges could pay off later.”

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