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Centrify's Industry Alliances

Centrify works closely with industry organizations to ensure that its solutions conform with accepted industry standards for openness and compatibility

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Enterprise Device Alliance

Enterprise Device Alliance

Enterprise Device Alliance website

Centrify is a founding member of the Enterprise Device Alliance, a collaboration among enterprise-class software developers to make it easy to deploy, integrate and manage Macs in a sophisticated Windows-managed IT environment. By leveraging the suite of capabilities that EDA offers, an enterprise can easily achieve the same level of control, security, policy compliance, data protection and services that they exercise across Windows platforms.

    MIT Kerberos Consortium

    MIT Kerberos Consortium

    MIT Kerberos Consortium website

    The MIT Kerberos Consortium is intended to provide a mechanism by which the numerous organizations that have adopted Kerberos in the last two decades may participate in the continuation of what was previously funded as an internal MIT project. By opening participation in the ongoing Kerberos effort, it will be possible to expand the scope of the work currently performed to encompass numerous important improvements in the Kerberos system, and to engage in much needed evangelism among potential adopters. Centrify has joined Apple, Google, Microsoft, Sun and other organizations as a founding member of the consortium.

      Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program

      Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program

      Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program website

      The Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP) is the only government-industry consortium centered on secure collaboration for the defense community. Centrify Corporation has joined TSCP as a Silver member. As the leader in Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile, Centrify will work with other program members and the defense community to help improve the nation’s security stance and productivity for federal employees.