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Two smart card readers for iOS devices

Just because you have an iPhone or iPad doesn't mean the device is locked out if your organization insists on two-factor identification. Here's two solutions

Hitachi unit rolls out Password Manager 7

Calgary-based Hitachi ID Systems Inc. announced enterprise security software that will manage several different types of authentication systems. Password Manager 7.0 supports biometrics, smart phones and is designed for users who forget passwords easily

RIM beefs up BlackBerry smart card protector

The upcoming device is lighter and has more security. Read why industry analysts say users in your organization may not need it if they follow proper proceduresrn

Gemalto, McAfee launch joint security offering

The joint security offering combines Gemalto

Thin is in at Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless is hip deep in a project to replace thousands of call center PCs with Sun Microsystems' thin client terminals. And the carrier is already counting up the savings. With about 5,000 Sun Ray terminals installed at three Western call centers, and a fourth in progress, Verizon has seen a 60 percent to 70 percent drop in desktop problems and a 30 percent decline in electrical use at each center.

RIM adds instant messaging to BlackBerry server

The latest version of Research In Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry Enterprise Server, introduced at Cebit on Friday, supports enterprise instant messaging and supports the development of applications that mobilize corporate applications, RIM said.

US government plans to outsource smart ID card systems

U.S. federal officials are looking to outsource the IT infrastructure that's needed to support a planned smart-card system for authenticating employees governmentwide. And the outsourcing plan makes sense, given the scale and complexity of the smart-card initiative, IT analysts said last week. rn

Vendors see ID management as do or die

Managing electronic identities is gaining ground as a necessary counter to protect Internet banking users and other online customers from the increasingly criminal usage of the worldwide Web.

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