LDAP: Automated exchange of users and groups
Keeping track of users, groups, roles and authorisations is certainly a time-consuming task within larger organisations. Manually tracking users and groups in different systems also increases the risk of errors and safety leaks.
With the introduction of the LDAP interface, an open vendor neutral protocol for exchanging users and groups of information, the data from the Active Directory (AD) within the IQ Messenger platform is now automatically kept up-to-date. For example, users are automatically created and deleted in IQ Messenger when joining and leaving the organisation. This functionality saves healthcare professionals a huge amount of time as the time-consuming manual input of users is no longer necessary.