08 February, 2007
Smart card and ID management provider Intercede’s MyID smart card and identity management system is now available with Oracle Database support, providing customers with more flexibility in high volume deployments. MyID-managed identities are used for a variety of security applications including employee ID cards, U.S. Federal Government employee PIV cards and two-factor authentication.
Lutterworth, United Kingdom–Intercede, a market leader in smart card and identity credential management systems, has announced that MyID is now even more scalable with support for the Oracle 10g database. Oracle 10g support provides MyID customers and partners with even more flexibility and implementation options for high volume deployments.
“We are extremely pleased to announce support for Oracle 10g. This additional database support further increases MyID’s flexibility and scalability.” said Richard Parris, Chairman & Chief Executive of Intercede. “MyID is now fully capable of being deployed in high and very high volume environments such as business-to-consumer and national ID card projects.”
MyID is the ultimate smart card and identity credential management solution that unites numerous identity technologies and systems, creating a complete identity infrastructure. MyID is used by many enterprise and government customers around the world to efficiently enroll, quickly issue and effortlessly manage smart device-based identities. Identities issued and managed by MyID are used for a variety of security applications including: Employee ID cards, US Federal Government employee PIV cards, Two-factor authentication, combined logical and physical access control, secure email and signing applications, and more…
With Oracle support Intercede’s customers and partners can look forward to several new and exciting features including:
- Support for Oracle 10g R2. (Windows and Solaris)
- On install MyID enables you to select the database you want to use, either Microsoft Windows SQL or the Oracle database.
- Option of Automatic Oracle database creation or manual Oracle database creation.
- Support for multiple database instances within a single Oracle server.
- MyID user experience stays the same whether you are using Microsoft Windows SQL or Oracle database.