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Webinar: How to make managing users simple

Prepare for the September intake and make managing users simple

Posted by Joe Lawson-West | July 21, 2017 | People

We’ve teamed-up with the education technology specialists CSE to bring you this webinar, designed to help you prepare for September's intake and generally make managing users simple for schools, colleges and universities.

This is a must watch for anyone with an interest in user management in education, the webinar covers: 

  • Identity Management – what is it, what challenges do you face and how can you handle it better? 
  • Single-sign-on – what does ‘true’ SSO mean and how can it transform access to resources for users and administrators alike? 
  • Auto-provisioning – what is it and why is it such a big deal for education? 

For more information you can contact CSE directly.

To enjoy this webinar simply fill in the brief form below, hit submit and make sure your audio is on!

 

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