A happier end-user, a more productive IT staff, a more secure business. Effective user management makes sense from all perspectives.
End-users don't want to remember multiple user ids and passwords anymore than your IT staff wants to manage various categories of users over dozens of different systems. An effective user management strategy makes end-users happier, cuts down the tedium of manual user management, and, maybe more importantly, can improve the security of your IT environment.
Effective user management – including mechanisms for authentication (determining who a user is) and authorization (granting permissions to that user based on their identity) – are key elements in a secure infrastructure design. From developing process guidelines to utilizing security best-practices to employing unifying identity management technologies like Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory, C2 can help you integrate an effective user management strategy into your next IT project.