The Business Case for Legacy IAM Modernization, Part 1: Modernizing Web Access Management

June 14, 2017
Andrew Goodman
Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Your legacy identity and access management (IAM) solutions aren't cutting it.


You'd like to modernize, but where do you start?


At Ping Identity, we know many of the reasons you want to leave your old IAM systems behind. Through thousands of customer conversations across diverse industries, we've also come to know the capabilities you need to propel your business forward.


We've learned which stakeholders benefit from modern solutions. We've identified the most common cost centers in legacy solutions. And, armed with all of this knowledge, we've put together three guides to help you build the business case for modernizing your Iegacy IAM system.


We'll be releasing one per week over the next three weeks, starting with our first guide that focuses on modernizing legacy web access management solutions. In its pages, you'll find the justification you need to demonstrate how an investment in modern access security will move your business forward by:


  • Accelerating time to market for new applications and services
  • Enhancing security for applications, both on premises and in the cloud
  • Reducing IT costs and increasing predictability of operating expenses


We've helped many enterprises migrate from common legacy solutions--like CA SSO (Siteminder), Oracle Access Manager and RSA Access Manager--and from homegrown access security.


Wherever you're coming from, you can use our guide Building the Business Case for Modernizing Legacy Web Access Management to kickstart the conversation in your organization.


Stay tuned for Part Two: Building the Business Case for Upgrading On-prem 2FA to Cloud-delivered, Adaptive MFA.