April 27, 2009 -CampusEAI Consortium, the creators of myCampus, a software-as-a service (SaaS) Web 2.0 portal solution that provides students, faculty and staff with access to their academic and social information all in one place, today announced the immediate availability of the myCampus Single Sign-On to SirsiDynix.
The myCampus SirsiDynixQuickLaunch provides:
- Single Sign-on to SirsiDynixwithout requiring application modification or lengthy integration with SSO protocols
- Gateway from standard SSO protocols into custom APIs and Scenarios
- Support for SSO to SirsiDynixthat is not integrated with centralized directory/IDM infrastructure
- Extensions to the Jasig CAS SSO server to support integration with SirsiDynixAdministrative configuration of SSO and authentication settings
- An intuitive launch panel with secure authentication from a portal environment
"We're happy to be able to provide the convenience of Single-Sign On to users at Campuses with SirsiDynix." said Jason Shao, Director of Product Development of CampusEAI Consortium. "We're pleased that the myCampus QuickLaunch platform now enables institutions to roll out SSO to SirsiDynixwithout needing to spend months testing and integrating application modifications."
The CampusEAI Consortium's myCampus SirsiDynixQuickLaunch has been rolled out to existing myCampus schools and is available immediately for deployment.
For more information on the CampusEAI Consortium, myCampus or the myCampus SirsiDynixQuickLaunch, contact Anjli Jain Chopra firstname.lastname@example.org schedule an executive one-on-one session.
About CampusEAI Consortium's myCampus
myCampus, a software-as-a service (SaaS) Web 2.0 portal solution that provides students, faculty and staff with access to their academic and social information all in one place. For more information on myCampus, visit: http://www.campuseai.org/Products/campus_portal_overview.html
About CampusEAI Consortium
CampusEAI Consortium is a global not-for-profit information technology services and consulting provider focused on helping its members implement enterprise IT solutions cost-effectively and timely. More than 260 members belong to the CampusEAI Consortium, including Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the City of Cleveland, Portland Public Schools, McGill University, The University of Exeter, the University of Montana, The Hong Kong Institute of Education and The University of Melbourne. For more information, visithttp://www.campuseai.org