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  • White Papers // May 2012

    A TCO Planning Tool for SaaS Providers

    With the SaaS market approaching $21.3 billion by 2015, the demand for SaaS applications is accelerating and SaaS providers continue to face software business challenges: how to onboard new customers quickly and effectively while keeping overall operating costs as low as possible. One answer is to leverage a Single Sign-On...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Cloud Single Sign-On for SaaS Providers

    Despite an unpredictable economic climate, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers continue to enjoy strong demand for their solutions. Customers like pay-as-you-go flexibility, short-term commitments and fast implementations. As the SaaS model continues to evolve, leading companies are finding creative ways to build, market, sell and deliver their services to customers. To increase...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Secure Single Sign-On to Citrix

    Until now, Single Sign-On (SSO) has been limited to web applications. The PingFederate Citrix Integration solution extends the reach of SAML SSO beyond web applications to include any applications that have been virtualized using Citrix Presentation Server. The attendee of this webcast will learn how to reduce IT administration overhead...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Single Sign-On and Provisioning Options for Salesforce CRM

    Salesforce CRM users now have a way to securely access the tool without a user name and password. Ping Identity automates Salesforce CRM user provisioning while at the same time providing single sign-on for all of the ways users access it. These solutions deploy rapidly and they work with the...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Federated Identity Management: A Comparison of Various Approaches

    This webcast explores the four common methods for achieving Federated Identity Management. The presenters will discuss these approaches and compare the relative costs, benefits, issues and considerations associated with each of them.

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Internet SSO: Build or Buy

    More often than not, today's economy stipulates that the lowest cost solution to satisfy a given business challenge should be utilized. When considering the options for deploying Internet Single Sign-On, User Account Management and Identity-Enabled Web Services, building an in-house solution may at first appear to be the most viable...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    SIEM & SAML: Secrets to Securing the Cloud

    While CIOs and CISOs are weighing through a broad range of cloud services to cut costs and streamline operations, they all share one common concern: how to retain visibility over user activity when applications move to the cloud? The presenters of this webcast discuss best practices for better security and...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Secure Single Sign-On to Citrix

    Until now, Single Sign-On (SSO) has been limited to web applications. The PingFederate Citrix Integration solution extends the reach of SAML SSO beyond web applications to include any applications that have been virtualized using Citrix Presentation Server. The attendee of this webcast will learn how to reduce IT administration overhead...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Single Sign-On and Provisioning Options for Salesforce CRM

    Salesforce CRM users now have a way to securely access the tool without a user name and password. Ping Identity automates Salesforce CRM user provisioning while at the same time providing single sign-on for all of the ways users access it. These solutions deploy rapidly and they work with the...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Federated Identity Management: A Comparison of Various Approaches

    This webcast explores the four common methods for achieving Federated Identity Management. The presenters will discuss these approaches and compare the relative costs, benefits, issues and considerations associated with each of them.

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Internet SSO: Build or Buy

    More often than not, today's economy stipulates that the lowest cost solution to satisfy a given business challenge should be utilized. When considering the options for deploying Internet Single Sign-On, User Account Management and Identity-Enabled Web Services, building an in-house solution may at first appear to be the most viable...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    SIEM & SAML: Secrets to Securing the Cloud

    While CIOs and CISOs are weighing through a broad range of cloud services to cut costs and streamline operations, they all share one common concern: how to retain visibility over user activity when applications move to the cloud? The presenters of this webcast discuss best practices for better security and...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • White Papers // May 2012

    A TCO Planning Tool for SaaS Providers

    With the SaaS market approaching $21.3 billion by 2015, the demand for SaaS applications is accelerating and SaaS providers continue to face software business challenges: how to onboard new customers quickly and effectively while keeping overall operating costs as low as possible. One answer is to leverage a Single Sign-On...

    Provided By Ping Identity

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Cloud Single Sign-On for SaaS Providers

    Despite an unpredictable economic climate, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers continue to enjoy strong demand for their solutions. Customers like pay-as-you-go flexibility, short-term commitments and fast implementations. As the SaaS model continues to evolve, leading companies are finding creative ways to build, market, sell and deliver their services to customers. To increase...

    Provided By Ping Identity