Intel Cloud SSO – Control your Cloud Identities

If you were in a cave, hunting hibernating Siberian bears you might have missed this news. Intel made a big splash last week by announcing the solution to manage Cloud based Identities. This is a brainchild of my unit within Intel and I am so proud of our guys who took the concept to execution; beta to GA in just about a year.   What is more impressive is that we are the “First, and currently, the ONLY” force.com based Identity provider.   While many can follow the suite, the original idea was conceived and well executed by our guys, who spent many sleepless nights on this. Congratulations guys!!!, you showed the world how to do get things done well and fast.

Salesforce Adds Intel Cloud SSO

By Stefanie Hoffman

Channelnomics

http://channelnomics.com/2012/05/25/salesforce-adds-intel-cloud-sso/

Service providers might be able to add security to the list of reasons to move customers to cloud applications with a partnership that enables Intel’s Cloud Single Sign On to be delivered on SalesForce’s social enterprise platform.

Intel delivers cloud-based identity application to salesforce

By Staff Writer

Computer Business Review

http://cloudsoftware.cbronline.com/news/intel-delivers-cloud-based-identity-application-to-salesforce-250512

Cloud SSO deployed on Force.com is now available via salesforce.com’s AppExchange and Intel

Intel Cloud SSO lets IT manage SaaS apps

By James Furbush

TechTarget

http://searchconsumerization.techtarget.com/news/2240150788/Intel-Cloud-SSO-lets-IT-manage-SaaS-apps

Intel has entered the Identity as a Service space this week with software that provides a way to secure employee access to SaaS apps.

Intel Rolls Out Cloud SSO Identity Solution

By Darren Allen

ITProPortal

http://www.itproportal.com/2012/05/24/intel-rolls-out-cloud-sso-identity-solution/

Intel has announced Cloud SSO, a cloud-based identity and “Access Management-as-a-Service” system which is now live on Force.com, Salesforce’s social enterprise platform.

Intel announces Cloud SSO link-up with Salesforce

By Matthew Finnegan

ChannelBiz

http://www.channelbiz.co.uk/2012/05/24/intel-announces-cloud-sso-link-up-with-salesforce/

Intel has announced a cloud based identity management system for social enterprise apps through Salesforce’s Force.com.

Intel unveils cloud-based SSO service

By Rene Millman

CloudPro

http://www.cloudpro.co.uk/saas/3731/intel-unveils-cloud-based-sso-service

Intel has revealed a new cloud-based single sign-on service that integrates with Salesforce.com and will allow customers to ditch on-premise password management.

Intel Cloud SSO Goes from Private Beta to Public

By Staff Writer

Sys-Con Media

http://www.sys-con.com/node/2283889

We’re happy to announce general availability of Intel Cloud SSO IAM-as-a-service today after running it in private beta mode for 2 months with select customers.

Intel brings Cloud SSO to Salesforce’s Force.com

By Rachel King

ZDNet

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/intel-brings-cloud-sso-to-salesforces-forcecom/77336

Salesforce.com is integrating Intel’s Cloud SSO to provide enterprise customers with single sign-on access to Force.com and thousands of cloud-based apps.

Intel launches cloud-based single sign-on service

By Antone Gonsalves

CSO

Reposts: Network World, Computerworld

http://www.csoonline.com/article/706874/intel-launches-cloud-based-single-sign-on-service

Intel launched a cloud-based password management service on Wednesday that has been tightly integrated with Salesforce.com to give its customers an alternative to on-premise single sign-on software.

Intel and McAfee team on cloud single sign-on

By Iain Thomson

The Register

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/05/23/intel_mcafee_single_signon/

Intel and MacAfee have been talking about the fruits of their merger and their plans for a cloud to computer security network that will be built into new systems.

Intel Cloud SSO: Single Sign On Across Cloud, SaaS Apps

By Joe Panettieri

Talkin’ Cloud

http://www.talkincloud.com/intel-cloud-sso-single-sign-on-across-cloud-saas-apps/

Intel, leveraging the Salesforce.com cloud, has developed a single sign on (SSO) solution for cloud computing. Intel Cloud SSO stores user identities on Force.com, and leverages that information to authenticate users across multiple third-party cloud applications.

Intel Wants to Manage Your Passwords in the Cloud

By Penny Crosman

Bank Technology News

http://www.americanbanker.com/issues/177_100/Intel-debuts-cloud-security-for-saas-apps-1049550-1.html?zkPrintable=1&nopagination=1

Intel and McAfee (the security software company Intel acquired in 2011) are today rolling out software for providing such single sign-on across all software-as-a-service applications, with user names and passwords stored and managed in Salesforce’s cloud utility, Force.com

Intel, McAfee launch Cloud SSO, expect busy year

By Staff Writer

PanArmenian.Net

http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/108671/

As a first step to this, the companies have launched Cloud SSO, a single sign-on facility developed to manage authentication for a range of cloud applications that can be used to supplement or replace existing access management systems.

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About Andy Thurai
This blog is published by Andy Thurai, Program Director - API Economy, IoT, Connected cloud solutions with IBM. The views expressed here are my own and not of my employer. Please feel free to comment or engage in a stimulating conversation, but please keep it professional. I can be reached via the “Contact Me” page here. You can also find me on LinkedIn or on Twitter @AndyThurai

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