Friday, 15 September 2017 11:12

Sailpoint, VMware extend partnership

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Enterprise identity management company Sailpoint has announced an extension of its existing partnership with VMware to deliver identity governance to VMware’s digital workspace platform Workspace ONE.

Through the partnership with VMware, SailPoint has also announced it will extend its existing integration with AirWatch technology to support a unified and global workforce while also supporting VMware’s digital workspace strategy.

“Adopting cloud and mobile technologies securely is critical to building a successful digital workspace strategy. The challenge is how to manage access to this modern workspace as employees come and go and new devices and technologies continually enter the workplace,” said Joe Gottlieb, senior vice-president, Corporate Development for SailPoint.

“Enterprises need to extend their identity governance program to include this growing number of endpoints and platforms to securely accelerate their digital transformation journey. By integrating SailPoint’s open identity platform with VMware Workspace ONE, we’re delivering a unified approach to governing today’s global and mobile workforce to mutual customers.”

Ashish Jain, vice-president of product management, End-User Computing, VMware, said: “Employees today expect to be able to work from anywhere and from any device without hindrance,

“We built Workspace ONE to give businesses the agility and security that is critical to delivering a digital workspace. Through this partnership with SailPoint, our mutual customers can deploy their preferred identity governance layer needed to securely and confidently accelerate their digital transformation strategy across their entire hybrid IT environment.”

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