When you read this text, you already have discovered the brand-new website of DAASI International. After DAASI International has grown especially in the past two years, it was time for a new online presence to show the modernity and professionality of DAASI International adequately.
Besides the new responsive design that adds more value especially for mobile devices, the website’s structure has completely been redesigned to lead prospects to the information they need. Therefore, the two business areas of DAASI International – Federated Identity & Access Management and Digital Humanities – are now clearly separated to reach only the right group of users. Additionally, respective overview sections present the most important information at a glance to navigate the readers to the desired subpages.
A completely new element is the first official presentation of didmos, the latest open source brand of DAASI International for Identity & Access Management, that DAASI International has already been implementing for her customers.
In addition to didmos, DAASI International also supports the IAM standard software midPoint as official German partner of Evolveum. midPoint now has its own section on this website, which also informs you about when to prefer midPoint or didmos.
Moreover, a press area has been added to quickly provide journalists with all information about DAASI International they need. Press releases, relevant news and press material can be found there as well.
The original German version of this website has almost entirely been translated into English. Only a few subpages are still open for translation, which will be done in May 2017.
DAASI International would like to thank all team members who put a lot of ambition into creating this website. DAASI International is also always open and thankful for any kind of feedback – we are looking forward to your message via our new contact form.
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