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The newspaper business has always been an intense, deadline-driven world, but it's even more high-pressure today. Faced with using multiple software applications that required separate logons and passwords, The Seattle Times staff was finding it difficult to meet the commitments of the security policy. In growing need of a solution, the leadership of Times' 100-person IT department began investigating Single Sign-On (SSO) products in early 2005. After a thorough review, the Seattle Times Company made its choice: OneSign from Imprivata. As Kyle Getz, the newspaper's Director of IT, Infrastructure Support Services, summed it up, Imprivata met all their requirements and had a reasonable price tag.
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