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DBTA: Long-Term Changes Resulting from Policy-Based Management


It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago that my company’s IT department was bracing for a major new line of work. Back in the mid 1990s, we were going full steam into client-server technology. At the same time, we were significantly expanding our workforce. The IT department that had spent years as an old-style mainframe shop, was suddenly inundated with requests for new workstations, network user IDs, new network domains, permission requests, and requests for application access privileges. Our lone mainframe permissions person quickly felt overwhelmed and a little baffled by all of these new privileges and provisioning needs. Within a year or two of our first client-server application, we went from one to three staffers working full-time granting access to the various applications and network resources within our environment. [READ MORE]

Posted Dec 15, 2008

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