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Why choose NetIQ for Identity and Access Management

Choosing an Identity and Access Management Solution

Microsoft Active Directory has increasingly become the authoritative source for Identity and Access Management. Industry and government regulation, coupled with evolving business demands require that administrative access to critical data, such as that stored in Active Directory, must be securely controlled, efficiently administered and adhere to compliance mandates.

NetIQ enables a secure and cost effective approach to Identity and Access Management by:

Centralizing and automating administration
Eliminating the complexity of managing multiple identities
Enforcing controls necessary to achieve compliance
Capturing and securely storing audit events and easily producing meaningful reports

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