Hosted and Managed Access Control Statistics

Author: Brian Rhodes, Published on Aug 19, 2014

'Cloud' access control - how many integrators are offering it? Why?

And for those that do, are they favoring hosted or managed options.

In the industry's first survey of integrator's adoption of cloud access control, IPVM reveals usage and in-depth commentary.

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Key *********

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*******, ** ***** **** **, ******* ** ******* *** ********* option **** *** ****** ******* ****** ******:

** **** * ******** **** ** ***** ******** ** *** sections **** ******.

Neither ****** ** * '****-****'

* ******** ** ********* *** *****: **** **** ******* ****** or ******* ******. **** ***** *** ******* ****** ** ****** *******, since **** ****** ******* ********* *** *** ******* *** ******* support:

  • "** ** ***. *** ******** **** ** ********* ****** ** large ************* ***** ** ******* ******* *** * ****** ********."
  • "**. ** ******* ** ** *** ******* **** *** ***** benefit **** ******* ** **** ********** **** ******** **** *********** installation. ** ** *** *** ** **** *** ********* ********* that ******** ** **** **** ****."
  • "** ** *** ***** ******* ****** *******. *****'* *** *** our ******** ****, *********, **********, *********."
  • "** **** *****'*  **** ***** ******* *** ********* ****** ****** management ********** ** ***** *********."
  • "** **** **** *******, *** ** *** ***** *** ********."

***** ****** *** ******** ** ***********, ******** ** '*******' ******** are *** *************:

Managed ******* *******

******** ************, **** **** */*** ** *********** ****** **** **** remote ****** ******* ********** ********. **** ********* *** ** ** at ***** ******** ********** *** * **** *** *** ********* looking *** **** ** ********* ***** ******, *** ************* **** 3rd ***** ******* ** ******* ** *** ***** *** ******* deployed ******:

  • "** ***** ******* ****** *******, ******* ******** ***'* **** ***** solutions ******* ** **** ******** *********."
  • "***, ** *** **** **********. ** ****** ******* *** **** managed ****** ******* *** ***** ** ***** **** **** ********** had ** **** ******** *** ******. **** **** *** ************** working **** **** **** ********* ** ****** ***** ** ****** control ********."
  • " *** ******* ******** ** *** ******* **** **** ** **** which ***** ** *** ******* ** **** **** ** *** customers ***** ***** **** ***** **** ********* ** *** ***** equipment. **** ****** ** ** **** ******** **** *** ******** and **** * ******* ************ **** **** ** ** ********* potential ******."
  • "*** ******* ********* *** ****** ** *** ***** ** *** ********, some *** ***** **** ***'* ****** ***** ******* **** ****."

Hosted *** ***** *** *****

***** ***** ********* ********** ** *** ********, ******** *** ***** that ***** ***-***** *** *** **** ****** ********, ***** ******** ********** resources *** *******:

  • "***. ********** ********** ** *** ******* *************. *** ******** **** a ******** *** **** ******* ** * ******** ***** ** site **** *** ****** ** *******."
  • "**'* *** *** *********, *** *** ******* ******* ** *** companies **** ** ** ** ********* ***** **** *** * good ***."

Hosted ******* *** *******

** *** '******' ****** *******, ***** * ***** ***** ****** holds *** ******* ********** ******** ****** **** ***** ****** ** servers, ****** ** ********. **** **** **% ** ********** **** hosted ******, *** *** ** ***** ******* ** * ********** venture. **** ******* ****** ********* **** **** **** ******* *** lack ** ******** ******** ** *********** *** **** *****:

  • "** **** *****, *** **** *** ***** ** *** **** the ********* ********."
  • "** **** ** ** ***** ****** *** *** ****, ** one ***** * ******* ****."
  • "** ***** * ****** ********. ** ** **** ** **** the ********* ** *** ******* *******. **'* *** *** ********* but *** ******* ******* ** *** ********* **** ** ** or ********* ***** **** *** * **** ***."
  • "** ***** ****** ****** ******* ************ ********* ************. ** **** ***** * ******* ******* *** both. ***** **** *** **** ***** *****, ** ** *** need ** ***** ********** **** ** **** **** ******** ** our *** ******* *** ******* ************."
  • "*****, *** ****, **** ** *** ***** ** **** **."

*******, ***** *** **** *********** **** * ********* ********** **** the ********, ******* ** **********:

  • "**** ***************** **** *** **** *********. ** ** * ***** ********. Very **** *** **."
  • "** *** *** *** ******* **** *** *** ******* *** it ** * ***** ******* *** *** *********."
  • "******* **** ** ******* *** ** *** ****** ** ** a ******** ******* *** *******."
  • "** **** ***** *** ****** ****** ******* *** *** ******* to ******** **. ** *** ** ****."

Comments (3)

* ***** **** *** ***** ******* ** ******/******* ****** ******* don't ***** ** ********** ** "***********" *** ******** ****'* **** represented ** **** ******.

********* **** ********** ** ******/******* ****** (**** ********) *** **** ******* **** **** *******, ********** ******** ********** firms *** ******* ***** ****-**** *********. ***** ********* ***** ****** the ********** ******** ********* *** ******* ********** ******* ** ******** to *** ****** ******* ** **** **** * *** ******** is *****, **** ****** ** *** ******* *************.

* **** ******* ******* *** *** ******/******* ****** ** **** I **** ******* *** *** ***** **** ******* **** ***** be ******** ** **** ****** *** ******* ***** *** *******. Often *** ******* ****** ** *** ****** ** ****. ** arguments **** ****** ****** **** **** **** - **** ** these ******* **** *** ******* ****** ******* *** *** ***** to *** *** ***** ***** *** **.

**** *** *** ********* ********, *** *** ** *** ******* for * ********'* *** ********** *****? *'** **** * **** variation ** **** ******* **** *** ** *******.

* ** ****** ** ******* *********** ** **** ******** ********* are ********, *** ** * ******, ******* ******* ** *** range ** $*** ** $*** *** ***** *** **** ****** controlled **** *** ******.

***** *** **** ********** ******* **** *** ****** ** ************ (card ***/*******, ****** ********, ***.) ******* * ******* ****** *** month. *** * **** **, **** * **** **** *********** for ******* **** *** **** **** ** *******, *** ****** being ***** ******** ***** ***-********** **** ** **.:)

***** ********* ******* **** *** ***-**** ***** **** ** *********** the ********** ** *** ****** ** ******* **** *** **** this ******* *** ******* *****. *******, **** ** ***** ********* now **** "*** *******" ***** *** ***-**** **** **** ** cardholder ****, ***** ** ***** *** ********** *** ******, **** and ***** ****** ** *******, ***. ** *** ***-**** *** to ** **** ** *** *** **** *****, *** **** time ** ******** *****?

******* **** *** **** *** ** *** ********* ******* **** of *** ***** ******* ** **** ***** ** ******** *** monthly ***** * **** ****** *** ** **** ***** **** on *** ******** ** ******* ****** ****** * ****-***** *** managed ******.

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