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North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Completes Roll-Out of Identity Automation’s RapidIdentity, Supporting Ten Million Users Across the State

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North Carolina (PRWEB) July 22, 2015

Five years ago, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) committed to providing school systems throughout the state with a centralized IT infrastructure. The move required providing a centralized identity and access management system, granting all users access to numerous SaaS applications. NCDPI looked to Identity Automation and its RapidIdentity identity and access management solution to secure this cloud-based identity system.

Identity and access management for 10 million users? No sweat!

(NetworkWorld |May 16, 2014):  The state of North Carolina is undertaking a massive initiative to put all of its school districts – more than 250 of them – on one IT infrastructure in the cloud. A foundational service for this infrastructure is an all-encompassing identity and access management system built on Amazon AWS. The IAM system is built to support at least 10 million identities at once. [read more...]

K-12 schools can make the grade with identity and access management

(NetworkWorld | Jan 24, 2014), School districts across the country are looking for ways to stretch their meager funding. An identity and access management system can help the IT budget go the distance by reducing the man-hours needed to create and manage student and teacher accounts and through precision purchasing of only the materials needed for online learning. [read more...]