Making identity work the same way on Windows, Unix and Linux

According to IDC, Windows Server, Linux and Unix now account for 67%, 20% and 9% respectively of a worldwide server installed base of nearly 33 million units. But if we consider just the sheer number of Windows and *nix systems installed, then a very clear picture emerges. We now live in a world where most organizations of any size have large numbers of users logging in every day on servers that live in parallel universes.
Jeff Gould recently interviewed Tom Kemp, CEO of Centrify to find out how you can easily bridge the divide with cross-platform identity management.



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