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White Paper: A Guide to Practical SSO

Welcome to A Guide to Practical Single Sign-On by Patrick Botz.

In this real-world look at single sign-on technology, Patrick cuts through the technological complexity to offer a straightforward, sensible business approach to SSO for environments with Windows and IBM i (AS/400, iSeries), AIX, Linux, Apache and/or WAS. He also introduces the option of managed SSO services that bring the benefits of SSO within easy reach of nearly any organization.

You'll learn concepts and tips that every IT professional should know about SSO:

  • the pros and cons of 4 technical approaches to SSO
  • 2 technologies that do the lion’s share of SSO work for most companies
  • how to identify the best SSO solution for your organization
  • when it makes sense to use “managed” SSO services

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“I have had the pleasure to work with Pat on a number of occasions. In addition to his dedication and expertise, Pat combines two very unique talents:

1) His ability to simplify technically complex
    issues; and
2) His approach to balance technical
    challenges and business risks.

Pat does not simply look for how technology and processes can be implemented to solve issues, but rather learns how customers operate, identifies their specific security objectives, and strives to build long-term relationships.”

— Jack McAfee, Botz & Associates client


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