Provisioning/deprovisioning problematic for a third of organizations

Every time we think we've finally gotten a handle on the user provisioning/deprovisioning issue something comes along to disabuse us of that notion. In this case it's the results of a survey of attendees at last spring's Directory Experts Conference (DEC) put on by NetPro.

This time around, 280 of the 565 attendees (from 290 companies throughout 28 countries) responded to the survey. They are primarily technicians, work within large corporate and governmental IT organizations, are responsible for Active Directory management and support large numbers of directory users. A full 35% of them feel that, at their organization, provisioning/deprovisioning is either “out of control” or “problematic” to lead the list of problem areas.

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