No Switching Required: Access Manager Makes Linux Managers Happy

linux-supportJack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group, China’s largest e-commerce business, once remarked “I’m not a tech guy. I’m looking at the technology with the eyes of my customers, normal people’s eyes.” At Nervepoint Technologies, we are tech people. And we constantly look at technology through the eyes of our customers, many of whom are techies. But what defines a techie, nowadays, is different than what a techie was when I started my career over a decade ago.
Today, more and more of us are techies. We’re techies even if we don’t work in technology, or don’t program software, or don’t know Linux. That’s why at Nervepoint Technologies our approach towards Password Management is to provide solutions that fit the Universal techies- whether that be the techie that needs mobility, or the techie that needs Microsoft, or like me, the old-school techie that lives in Linux.
The key to catering to the Universal techie in Password Management is to provide a solution that above all else offers accessibility and compatibility. Network Admins need to be able to operate from a centralized location and their customers should be able to login and manage their passwords whenever and wherever they want to. Nervepoint Technologies’ Access Manager enables organizations to do just that.
If you’re a traditional Linux user like I am, and you have a diverse set of networks, you can now manage your Linux network users from a central location. Access Manager is able to consolidate Password Management by providing connectors that perform password reset, account unlock, account creation, and password change. Since each connector talks to different systems your users can now reset, unlock, change, or request a new account on that target system.
The result is a time-saving function that can help remove siloes and steps from the day-today operations of a network administrator. Our approach towards self-management also empowers IT to gain control over user sprawl, cut support costs and gain in-depth business insight.
This unique approach is what makes Access Manager the only free unlimited Password Self Service application for small to medium-sized businesses. Several companies are struggling with Identity and Access Management costs. Access Manager Self Service can help businesses achieve the main benefits of Identity and Access Management by providing password reset and account unlocking solutions at no cost. This is part of a larger solution that helps you offer your customers zero-down time and zero-restrictions while providing your Administrators with the option to manage multiple environments from a centralized location.
Stay tuned to next week’s blog when we explore the Microsoft Active Directory side of Identity and Access Management.
This Blog was brought to you by Nervepoint Technologies and its CEO, Lee David Painter. With over 20 years of industry experience as a pioneer in IT Security, Painter developed the world’s first OpenSource browser-based SSL VPN (SSL-Explorer). Today, Lee runs Nervepoint Technologies, a leader in Password Self-Service solutions.
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