The SailPoint IdentityIQ (IIQ) application is live at the University of Texas at Austin as of October 11, 2017! All technical environments are functioning and verified. The foundational functions for Group & Role Management are in place. The early adopter applications are on-boarded with their planned features including roles, access requests, provisioning, and reporting.
A big thank you to all of our early adopters in the Moody College of Communication, Intercollegiate Athletics, ITS Systems, ITS Networking, and ITS Applications. We could not have done it without your support.
For more information on the IAM Modernization Program and future phases, please see the Identity and Access Management Modernization Program website.
SailPoint IIQ can provide enhanced security, compliance, efficiency, and functionality for your application and support team. Examples of features SailPoint IIQ can provide are:
- Automated provisioning of access for applications. For instance, if access for an application is managed via an Active Directory group or a TED group, IIQ can automatically add users to that group based on pre-defined assignment criteria and remove users when they no longer meet that criteria.
- Access requests and approval for applications. If access to an application needs approvals prior to being granted, SailPoint IIQ can provide self-service access requests that are automatically routed to defined approvers.
- Reporting on identity information, such as affiliations to the University, for application users and reporting when users no longer have current affiliations.
To learn more about SailPoint IIQ and on-boarding your application, please visit the SailPoint IIQ service page.