Noida, India (PressExposure) October 14, 2009 -- Increasing deployment of IT-enabled solutions in organizational hierarchy has led to rising concerns over security breaches and identity thefts. These concerns have created strong demand for various Identity and Access Management (IAM) technologies such as Provisioning, Single Sign-on, Privileged user management, etc. at the global level.
Our latest research report, âIdentity and Access Management Market Forecast to 2012â, states that the rising incidences of identity theft and corporate security breaches worldwide are compelling organizations to adopt IAM solutions so that an appropriate protection to expensive IT solutions and employeesâ identity could be given. The study envisages huge potential for the future growth of global IAM market and foresees that the market will grow at a CAGR of nearly 23% from 2009 to 2012. The report extensively covers all the factors that will serve as the market growth drivers over the forecast period (2009-2012).
We have done an extensive research on the market to identify the current and future trends on technological front, operating environment and regional level.
Among rapidly growing IAM technologies, the report states that provisioning IAM technology dominates the overall market, accounting for more than half of the global IAM market revenue. Moreover, this technology is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 29% during 2009-2012. Other IAM technologies that have created an important place in the market include Enterprise Single Sign-On (ESSO) and Privileged User Management.
Besides, the report critically evaluates the working of IAM market under different operating environments like UNIX or Linux, Windows.
âIdentity and Access Management Market Forecast to 2012â, gives an overview of current IAM market status in various regions, including the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. This research also provides current and future market forecast for various IAM technologies which will grow at fast pace regardless of current market turmoil. Various technologies covered in the report include Provisioning, Web Single Sign-On, Enterprise Single Sign-On, Identity Federation and Privileged User Management.
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