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CashEdge Ensim team up on active directory servers
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (5/15/08)--CashEdge deployed Ensim’s Unify Enterprise Edition to secure and automate its active directory (AD) servers. Unify also can reduce calls to the help desk by 40%, the company said. Unify will help CashEdge’s 400 employees, who are located worldwide, by alleviating security challenges caused by password reset requests and AD maintenance. “By giving access to Ensim Unify’s web portal, we can enable users to change their passwords and manage their own distribution lists without having to rely on information technology,” said Davis Truong, CashEdge’s senior systems engineer. Unify is available as a suite of modules or individual tools that can be added or removed as needed. Modules include Microsoft AD Manager, Microsoft Exchange Manager, Mobile Manager, Self-Service and User Manager, Password Manager and Migration Manager. CashEdge provides online financial applications to financial institutions including credit unions. Ensim is a provider of management software for Unified Communications and Collaboration infrastructure.


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