The identity applications continues to provide the following functions:
Ensure that your organization has a method for verifying that personnel are fully aware of organizational policies and are taking steps to comply with these policies.
Ensure that access to corporate resources complies with organizational policies and that provisioning occurs within the context of the corporate security policy. You can grant users access to identity data within the guidelines of corporate security policies. For more information, see Section 6.0, Configuring Security in the Identity Applications.
Create workflows to reduce the administrative burden of entering, updating, and deleting user information across all systems in the enterprise. These workflows provide a Web-based interface for users to manipulate distributed identity data that triggers workflows as necessary. For more information, For more information, see Section IV, Configuring and Managing Provisioning Workflows.
Support complex workflows and manage manual and automated provisioning of identities, services, resources, and assets.
You can establish a manual provisioning process by creating workflows that route provisioning requests to one or more authorities. For automated provisioning, you can configure the identity applications to start workflows automatically in response to events occurring in the Identity Vault. The Dashboard can trigger a workflow when users request permission. For more information, see Section IV, Configuring and Managing Provisioning Workflows.