Dell One Identity helps you get a better grasp on the day-to-day management of users and their associated accounts and identities across your most important systems. One Identity’s modular and integrated approach to account management provides rapid time-to-value by offering comprehensive functionality that builds on existing investments.
For identity administration Dell One Identity enables you to securely and efficiently manage the entire identity lifecycle to:
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One Identity is the only solution to offer the full spectrum of single sign-on (SSO) – from “true” SSO to enterprise SSO and from Web SSO to federation – no matter which systems, applications or databases you use. Learn more »
One Identity provides the control and automation necessary to comprehensively administer user accounts in your enterprise.
One Identity delivers strong alternatives to traditional username/password authentication. The Dell One Identity solution for multifactor authentication builds on your existing investments to deliver all the security and control you need, without requiring additional infrastructure and redundant management tools and practices. Learn more »
One Identity addresses many of the most pressing password management issues facing complex heterogeneous enterprises, such as the high cost of password resets, inconsistency of password policy across platforms and applications, and the problems of multiple, disparate passwords. Learn more »
One Identity provides the ability to reduce complexity to optimize your environment for migrations to IAM solutions, outsourced management, virtualized environments and cloud services.
One Identity solutions integrate with existing identity and access management frameworks to reduce complexity, shorten deployment times, and fill critical functionality gaps. One Identity complements your existing framework to improve security, help you achieve compliance and enhance efficiency. Learn more »
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Integrate standards-based systems and applications with Active Directory (AD) to achieve the “holy grail” of identity and access management. Quest One enables many systems to leverage AD’s Kerberos SSO capabilities for a unified approach that actually enables them to act as “full citizens” in the AD-trusted realm.
Enable access scenarios that span security boundaries without the need for redundant user passwords, including support in both Identity Provider (IdP) and Service Provider (SP) roles.
Enterprise Single Sign-on from Quest Software, the industry’s leading enterprise single sign-on solution that bases all logins on a user’s existing Active Directory identity, requires no cumbersome infrastructure and streamlines both end-user management and enterprise-wide administration of single sign-on.
Achieve secure SSO for any login-based application or system with Quest’s industry-leading enterprise single sign-on solution. This login automation solution uses AD as the central identity repository and integrates with the full range of IAM solutions (from Active Directory bridge to multifactor authentication).
For those situations where “true” SSO is not possible and enterprise SSO is not practical, Quest One can provide traditional password synchronization (or same sign-on).
Strengthen any login activity with multifactor authentication in conjunction with Quest One single sign-on solutions.
ActiveRoles Server provides out-of-the-box user and group account management, strictly enforced administrator-based role security, day-to-day identity administration and built-in auditing and reporting for Windows-centric environments.
Quest One enables you to automate the creation and modification of accounts in Active Directory and assign users to the correct groups.
Quest One extends Active Directory-based account management to many non-Windows systems that have “joined” Active Directory through its identity unification technologies. Quest One eliminates the need to separately administer identities on Unix, Linux, Java, Mac and other systems.
Quest One synchronizes identity data (users, groups, passwords and supporting data for roles) enterprise-wide to support a unified and intelligent approach to identity and access management.
Quest One offers a powerful Active Directory-based, one-time password (OTP) solution that leverages AD rather than requiring additional, proprietary infrastructure. Our standards-based solutions enable organizations to use a wide-range of token types (hardware, software, SMS, phone-based, etc.) from any standards-based vendor.
The Quest One enterprise single sign-on solution enables organizations to initiate an SSO session with ANY multifactor authentication option, including smart cards, OTP and biometrics. This ability improves the security of SSO and leverages existing investments in strong authentication.
The Quest One identity and directory unification technologies (often called AD bridge technologies) empower organizations with an existing investment in Windows smart cards to extend multifactor authentication to Unix, Linux, Java and Mac resources.
Quest One lets you add a second factor to authentication for privileged account management, including delegation of rights, session audit and password vault capabilities.
When combined with Workspace Desktop Virtualization, Quest One’s multifactor authentication provides secure user and administrator access across a diverse virtual desktop environment.
Quest One enables users to reset forgotten passwords securely without IT involvement from a convenient self-service website. This capability applies to Active Directory, AD-joined systems and systems that have been synchronized through Quest One technologies.
Quest One eliminates the need for individual passwords on many non-Windows systems by enabling those systems to “join” Active Directory under one identity. The result is a single, secure, well-controlled password in AD that authenticates users to Windows resources, as well as to Unix, Linux, Mac and Java.
Quest One synchronizes passwords from Active Directory or Quest One Identity Manager to many systems, platforms and applications to take advantage of self-service password reset capabilities.
Quest One provides a more granular definition of password policy than natively available in Active Directory, even to the level of requiring different password complexity, expiration or re-use policies for employees or resources that require a higher level of security. Quest One also extends that stronger policy to many non-Windows systems whose native capabilities make enforcing security difficult.
One Identity removes the burden of managing and memorizing multiple passwords by implementing a single sign-on strategy, including “true” SSO and enterprise SSO.
Quest One helps you overcome the inherent weakness of password-based logons by requiring a second factor to grant access across Active Directory and AD-joined systems.
Quest One helps you automate and streamline the day-to-day administration of passwords for IT and help-desk personnel.
Quest One provides the AD-optimized management tools that enable you to maximize the efficiency and security of Active Directory and AD-enabled systems.
Quest One eliminates the need for individual identities and redundant administrative action on many non-Windows systems by enabling those systems to “join” Active Directory. The result is a single, secure, well-controlled identity in AD that authenticates users to Windows resources, as well as to Unix, Linux, Mac and Java.
Quest One empowers you to reduce the redundant policy sets so common with complex heterogeneous environments. By arriving at a single, authoritative set of controlling factors (identity, policy, workflow, approval, etc.) migrations happen quicker, with less risk and an assurance of project success.
Reduce the number of custom connectors and custom coding required to get your framework up and running by bringing Unix, Linux, Mac and Java systems into Active Directory for single sign-on, centralized management and optimized identity administration.
Bring disparate identities together under a common identity namespace, including Kerberos single sign-on.
Increase the flexibility of an IAM framework while achieving 360-degree visibility and business-driven control without relying on cumbersome, inflexible and expensive custom coding. Quest One’s identity intelligence capabilities improve and accelerate the time-to-value of any IAM framework deployment.
Lock down and gain full control over perhaps the largest identity store in your enterprise: Active Directory. Quest One delivers powerful codeless account management, role-based security and automated group management for Active Directory identities, including non-Windows systems and platforms that have become "full citizens" in Active Directory through Quest One technologies.
Augment your IAM framework by removing the burden of multiple passwords or password synchronization by implementing a Quest One-based single sign-on strategy, including “true” SSO and enterprise SSO.
Enhance your IAM framework by overcoming the inherent weakness of password-based logons by requiring a second factor to grant access across Active Directory and AD-joined systems.
Fill the gap in access control and separation of duties inherent in most IAM frameworks by implementing targeted delegation and audit solutions for important shared superuser credentials and secured automation for issuing full administrative passwords.
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