Salesforce Identity: Identity Management Made Easy

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The explosion of enterprise apps has made managing access and identity difficult. To accelerate app adoption, users need a simple social identity solution, similar to the one consumers enjoy on social networks such as Facebook, and enterprises need a trusted, standards-based way to manage access to all of these apps. Salesforce Identity, announced recently at Dreamforce 2012, simplifies security management by delivering Identity and Access Management (IAM) services for Web and mobile apps with complete transparency and the trust of the Salesforce Platform. In this webinar, we'll give you all the details and then demo single sign-on, access management, and provisioning for your Web and mobile apps.

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Salesforce Identity: Identity Management Made Easy

  1. 1. Salesforce IdentityCloud Identity and Access ManagementPat Patterson, salesforce.com, Principal Developer Evangelist@metadaddyChuck Mortimore, salesforce.com, Sr. Director, Product Management@cmort
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  3. 3. Speakers Chuck Mortimore Pat Patterson Sr. Director, Product Management Principal Developer Evangelist @cmort @metadaddyJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
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  17. 17. What if there was a single place to login to all your enterprise apps?Join the conversation: #forcewebinar
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  20. 20. Introducing Salesforce Identity Cloud Identity and Access Management Simple Login once to all your cloud and mobile apps with Single Sign-On. Social Deep social and data integration, fully customizable and built on open standards. Trusted Centralized access management and provisioning, delivered through the simplicity, transparency, and trust of the Salesforce Platform.Join the conversation: #forcewebinar
  21. 21. centralized access management, provisioning and reporting administrate automate social trust enterprise directory single sign-on and integration user management secure single sign-on and social appsJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
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  23. 23. Q&A Chuck Mortimore Pat Patterson Sr. Director, Product Management Principal Developer Evangelist @cmort @metadaddyJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
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