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Here's what industry publications and analysts have to say about Centrify. Also check our Customer Success Stories for a sampling of what our customers say about the value of our solutions.
Centrify will protect anywhere a person signs into your network be it through on-premise software or cloud applications. It also has a product that works specifically Samsung Knox — the smartphone manufacturer’s supposedly extra-protected mobile security software. This product provides devices running Knox with single sign-on options and helps IT departments manage these devices through Centrify.
Centrify: The provider of unified identity services across data center, cloud and mobile introduced the Centrify Channel Partner Network, a new tiered program “that provides resellers, integrators and consultants with unique revenue opportunities beyond Centrify’s previous long-standing channel programs,” according to the company.
Centrify has launched a full channel program to boost adoption of its SaaS-based identity management portfolio for authentication and single sign-on. In addition to data center, Active Directory-based authentication, the company provides single sign-on for cloud services with mobile support.
It's been nearly a year since Samsung announced its KNOX mobile security platform ... Although KNOX was supposed to ship alongside the Galaxy S4 smartphone, a series of delays kept KNOX from being widely available for much of the year. One of the issues, noted by Centrify CEO Tom Kemp, was the fact that KNOX, like other Android releases, needed to be vetted by mobile carriers ... More importantly, Kemp noted that this period of Galaxy device fragmentation around KNOX has largely passed.
Centrify, a provider of Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile applications, has rebranded its partner program to better support the needs of its solution providers–including resellers, distributors, integrators and consultants—as the company continues to move into the cloud and mobile markets.
“In general, basic measures will need to be put in place to protect the employee and their employer if a personal device (and all that data) falls into the wrong hands. So what needs to be done to solve this issue? In all honesty, personal device security boils down to human behavior and that is a hard ‘issue’ to solve. For now, what we need are for security precautions to be extremely simple and not time-consuming.”