Neon puts Halo around sign-ons

Neon Systems Inc. has released Version 4.5 of Halo SSO, a single-sign-on product for mainframe applications in interoperating IBM System/390 and Microsoft Windows NT network environments. The product automates password resets between the two, and its bidirectional account synchronization simplifies setting password policies.

Halo SSO consists of two parts: Halo SSO NT and Halo SSO MVS. The NT component listens for account changes originating on the OS/390-MVS security system and sends changes to NT domains.

The MVS component allows interfaces with OS/390 security packages. It listens for account change requests from remote servers running NT and synchronizes the mainframe accounts with the NT accounts.

The Sugarland, Texas, company prices the software from $30,000 for 1,000 users.

Contact Neon Systems at 800-505-6366.

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