Imprivata and Microsoft collaborate for identity and access management

Global health IT security system vendor Imprivata is collaborating with Microsoft to develop what it calls the first cloud-based, end-to-end identity and access management (IAM) for clinical users.

The platform will combine Imprivata's single sign-on (SSO) capabilities with Microsoft's Azure Active Directory to allow both clinical and non-clinical staff to access apps on shared clinical workstations and mobile devices without having to repeatedly type in usernames and passwords.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Microsoft Azure, Imprivata, Microsoft Active Directory

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