In this demonstration, learn how to use Tivoli Federated Identity Manager to let new users self-register and use bring-your-own-identity, to make on-boarding end-users into a business enterprise environments simpler.
This video shows how to achieve standard self-registration as well as how external website users can easily self-register and authenticate to an enterprise site using popular social network cloud identity providers such as Facebook. The demonstration is intended for security architects, IT architects, and administrators.
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For a more detailed look at implementing "Bring Your Own ID, see "Enable bring-your-own-identity authentication" by Chris Hockings and Jenny Wong.
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- To understand more about the User Self Care capability, visit the Tivoli Federated Identity Manager Information Center, which will give you an overview of the feature as well as information on how to configure and customize it for your business needs.
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