IAM Buyer’s Guide: How to choose the right identity solution for your customers and workforce
Identity and Access Management (IAM) has been around for years but has continued to rise in prominence. So why the focus across business units and leadership now? What’s driving the rise in importance of identity and access management and what’s at stake if you “get it wrong?” What attributes do you need to consider when deciding on a solution?
This guide is meant to help you work through these questions and more. It discusses the market drivers causing the identity and access management space to heat up and highlights the important elements of this purchase decision. Because, at the end of the day, the market drivers and risk factors are the reasons you should be keenly aware of certain IAM solution attributes. You need to weigh the pros and cons of what you are getting from your solution and how that impacts not only your function but other key stakeholders across your organisation. Afterall, IAM solutions don’t just live in a silo; it’s a costly, long-term investment that impacts all parts of your business - from the board of directors and the C-suite down to your last full-time hire in every department across every business unit in your organisation – and, in many cases, your customers and other key partners outside your organisation as well.