Time and time again, we hear from organizations that are struggling with the task of managing their IAM deployments. Budget overruns and unexpected expenses, the difficulty of finding and retaining IAM specialists, the inability of an overtaxed IT department to keep up with the constant adjustments and demands on the program – these are just some of the issues that keep program managers and CIOs up at night. Organizations have come to the realization that Identity and Access Management is a program, not a project, and that the successful deployment of an Identity Management infrastructure is only the first step of a (long and) continuous journey.
Join us for a live webcast with IDC on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST to detail how Identity Management-as-a-Service can help overcome the challenges of successfully and cost-effectively running an IAM program. During this webinar, guest speaker Sally Hudson, Research Director within IDC’s Security Products and Services group, will discuss why many of these projects fail and what operational areas need to be accounted for to help bridge the divide between project-go-live and long-term success. I will talk about and show our SCUID Operations offering that has helped many customers address their operational concerns and yield long-term and increasing value from their IDM investment. And we’ll take questions too, just not about coach’s decisions in a certain recent football game.
So ask yourself this:
- Would you like to reduce your IDM Operations costs by 50%, while still proving that the IDM program is meeting its goal?
- Is your IT team overburdened with IDM operational support in response to a constant stream of patches and updates that were never budgeted for?
- Do they lack the bandwidth to get to strategic new tasks in an ever-evolving, increasingly important IDM program?
- Do they lack the time or subject matter expertise to enhance your IDM solution in response to changing organizational needs and business objectives?
If so, this webcast is for you. Register now and learn how IDaaS and SCUID Operations can help you take back control of your IAM program.