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1. Does your organization support identity federation? If no, skip the rest.
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Response
Count
Yes
78.9%90
No
21.1%24

2. Which of the following do you support with your federation deployments (check all that apply)?
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Percent
Response
Count
SAML 1.x browser single sign-on
53.4%47
SAML 2.0 browser single sign-on
76.1%67
Other uses of SAML
22.7%20
WS-Federation
13.6%12
SPML
10.2%9
XACML
6.8%6
WS-Trust
9.1%8
OpenID
19.3%17
Information Card
4.5%4
Other
14.8%13
Other (please describe)
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3. How many identity-based federated relationships do you have?
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 A. As a Service Provider / Relying Party?B. As an Identity Provider?Rating
Count
150.0% (7)78.6% (11)14
2-1075.9% (44)62.1% (36)58
More than 1061.1% (22)75.0% (27)36

4. Among the following models for establishing federated relationships, select the ones that best describe your approach and the role(s) you operate in (select any that apply):
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 A. Bilateral / Explicit PartneringB. Circles of Trust (tightly coupled)C. Multi-Party Federations (loosely coupled)D. Internet Scale / Dynamic FederationRating
Count
As an Identity Provider59.1% (39)53.0% (35)34.8% (23)13.6% (9)66
As a Service Provider45.3% (29)56.3% (36)28.1% (18)12.5% (8)64
As a Circle of Trust "Operator"30.8% (8)73.1% (19)26.9% (7)23.1% (6)26
As a Federation "Operator"24.1% (7)58.6% (17)41.4% (12)13.8% (4)29

5. What use case(s) best describe your identity federation deployments (please select all that apply):
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 Response
Percent
Response
Count
Internal cross-domain SSO
55.8%48
Integrating hosted services
53.5%46
Securing collaboration
44.2%38
Attribute exchange
48.8%42
Single sign-on to partner site
72.1%62
Federated identity provisioning
36.0%31
Federated identity provisioning
14.0%12
For clients of SaaS app
24.4%21
For revenue-generating online service
18.6%16
Other
7.0%6
Other (please describe)
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6. Are you federating using (please select all that apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
Specialty federation product
58.8%50
Native capabilities of application server
9.4%8
Open-source toolkit
47.1%40
Features incorporated directly into application (ERP, CRM, etc.)
15.3%13
Other
9.4%8
Other (please describe)
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7. What benefits have you observed from your identity federation deployments (please select all that apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
Enhanced user experience
63.5%54
Single sign on benefits
85.9%73
Greater privacy
36.5%31
Greater security
62.4%53
Reduced internal production costs
38.8%33
Reduced costs to support partners
51.8%44
Realization of new business opportunities
42.4%36
Other
9.4%8
Other (please describe)
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8. What problems have you encountered with your identity federation deployments (please select all that apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
User confusion
38.8%33
Weakened privacy
1.2%1
Weakened security 0.0%0
Higher internal production costs
8.2%7
Higher costs to support partners
12.9%11
Challenges to realizing new business opportunities
17.6%15
Potential partners lack identity federation technology
75.3%64
Lack of experience in implementing federation technology
64.7%55
Other
5.9%5
Other (please describe)
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9. Anything else that you would like to share to enhance our understanding of your approach to identity federation?
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