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Whenever you need access to important information, administrators need to know who you are. They need to know your identity, which may be distributed in multiple accounts.
As a user, you might have several accounts even within your own company, for functions such as:
Engineering, Support, Accounting, and other functions
Each of these accounts may be stored in different resources, such as DS, Active Directory, OpenLDAP, and more. Keeping track of user identities in each of these resources (also known as data stores) can get complex. IDM simplifies the process, as it reconciles differences between resources.
With situational policies, IDM can handle discrepancies such as a missing or updated address for a specific user. The server includes default but configurable policies to handle such conditions. In this way, consistency and predictability is ensured, in an otherwise chaotic resource environment.
IDM can make it easier to track user identities across these resources. IDM has a highly scalable, modular, readily deployable architecture that can help you manage workflows and user information.