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Today I had the opportunity to mark the Single-sign On
project that I’ve been working on for well over a year as “DONE”. It’s actually
the 2nd time I acted as the business liaison to implement that
feature on a Progress-hosted website. I’m not sure what happened to the first
one… All I know is that I moved to another group and while I was gone someone
broke it; so we started from scratch. I was happy to finally take a step into
the 21st century.
I’m not going to go into detail about how we got here
but I will say that SSO evokes a strong debate between “the business” (in this case web marketing) and IT. I have to admit though... today I feel like a bit of a winner. Not only does it mean that a visitor to our web properties needs only to register once to gain access to white papers, demos, software, support applications and gated communities, but they’ll also get a pretty custom-login and post-in page when they visit. IT didn’t like that… :-)My next battle will be the length of the registration form. Ugh!
While I was busy testing and prepping for the launch, we made
some new resources available – a video, a webinar and a white paper. The
webinar is moderated by IDC Program Director, Maureen Fleming, and Progress
CTO, Dr. John Bates. It explores factors driving the emergence of business navigation systems and how they improve operational responsiveness by:
Get these resources, test out our new SSO feature, and
become part of the Progress community! I would also welcome your thoughts on
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