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SailPoint and Qubera Cohost Webinar to Address How to Transition Provisioning to Drive Business Value

Faced with the impending end-of-life deadline for Sun Identity Manager (now Oracle Waveset), many of today’s enterprises are rethinking their identity management infrastructure and trying to determine a smooth, easy transition that offers a long-term roadmap to meet evolving compliance and security needs. To address this challenge, SailPoint and Qubera Solutions are cohosting a live, free webinar on Tuesday, December 11th.

To help attendees further understand their options as they migrate to next-generation IAM solutions, guest speaker Forrester Research Inc.’s Andras Cser, will kick-off the webinar with his recommendations on how to add value to core business processes during such a migration, as well as how to re-evaluate existing IAM needs to better align with today's business challenges. Finally, he will highlight how identity governance can add immediate value to the business.

Then, attendees will hear first-hand from a company faced with the dilemma of determining a new future for its IAM strategy. Adobe decided to turn this transition into an opportunity by recently selecting SailPoint IdentityIQ. The company recognized that the SailPoint solution offers additional business value in identity and access management processes because it provides essential provisioning requirements as well as identity governance capabilities.

Scheduled for Tuesday, December 11th at 1:00 p.m. ET, the SailPoint and Qubera webinar, “Migrating Legacy IAM Deployments to Next-Gen Solutions to Drive True Business Value,” will specifically discuss:

  • How Adobe is making a smooth migration from legacy to next-generation provisioning;
  • The top five requirements for a sustainable identity management solution;
  • Why risk matters and how it helps prioritize security and compliance efforts; and
  • How you can add business value and top line benefits with IAM.

To register for SailPoint’s free webinar, please visit: http://bit.ly/sailpointadobewebinar.

About SailPoint

SailPoint, the market-leading provider of identity management solutions, helps the world’s largest organizations mitigate risk, reduce IT costs and ensure compliance. The company’s innovative solutions, IdentityIQTM and AccessIQTM, provide superior visibility into and control over user access to sensitive applications and data, both on–premise and in the cloud. SailPoint's product suite provides customers a unified solution for risk-aware compliance management, closed-loop user lifecycle management, flexible provisioning, cloud access management, and identity intelligence – all based on an integrated governance model. Founded in 2005, the company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and has offices in Germany, Great Britain, India, Israel and the Netherlands. For more information, please visit www.sailpoint.com.

SailPoint, the SailPoint logo, IdentityIQ, AccessIQ, and all techniques are trademarks or registered trademarks of SailPoint Technologies, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other products or services are trademarks of their respective companies.

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