Thursday March 14th, This Month's Meeting - Novell Identity Manager 3.0

To get their work done, your users need access to essential business resources and information. Their access needs, however, are constantly changing due to new projects, partnerships, mergers and job changes. New hires, too, must have the right tools at their fingertips from their first day on the job; and for exiting employees, access must be immediately revoked. Add to this the ongoing need to protect your systems and physical resources from all unauthorized access and to comply with government security regulations, and provisioning user access can become a costly administrative nightmare.

NovellĀ® Identity Manager 3 automates user provisioning and password management. It simplifies the complex process of assigning privileges and managing identity information across all the systems in your enterprise.

Join us at our March meeting where Novell' Anthony Berg will discuss the latest features and functions of Novell Identity Manager. More information about Novell Identity Manager can be found here.

ANUG's monthly meetings are held at the Novell Office in Alpharetta.

Bring a co-worker to show them what's new with ANUG! We look forward to seeing all of you Tuesday.

The doors will open at 6 PM, and technical Q&A will take place between 6:30 and 7:00. ANUG business and Announcements will begin at 7:00 and the presentation will take place from 7:30. The meeting will close at 9:00.

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The Atlanta Novell Users Group (ANUG) was established in 1986 by a group of people who wanted to discuss Local Area Network concerns ranging from basic install questions to new product lines. During the past 15 years, ANUG has grown into an organization with strong ties to Novell Corporation and is an affiliated chapter of Novell Users International (NUI).