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British Medical Association implements Imprivata's OneSign.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-16 August 2006-British Medical Association implements Imprivata's OneSign(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Enterprise authentication and access management appliance company Imprivata announced on Tuesday (15 August) that The British Medical Association (BMA), the UK professional association for doctors, is implementing OneSign enterprise single sign-on (ESSO).

According to the company, the BMA is implementing OneSign to increase password security and make IT systems easier to access for its 800 member staff. The implementation is also part of the BMA's strategy to reduce the workload that password resets place on its IT department.

Currently, four applications are enabled for single sign-on, and the BMA is now reportedly looking at widening the scope of the project to include more of its most frequently used applications, including those used by its large publishing division.

No financial details of the implementation were disclosed.

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