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Evidian Web Access Manager offers a coherent infrastructure that secures your Web applications. Evidian Web Access Manager makes your organization's security policy more consistent, reduces management costs and accelerates your e-business activities.

Nexus Argus Authentication Server is a versatile, flexible and cost-efficient single sign-on access solution for web applications. The product name “Argus” refers to the mythological figure with one hundred eyes engaged by a goddess to guard a holy present. Analogously, Nexus Argus is the watcher of organizations’ valuable information accessible over the web. Nexus Argus combines best-of-breed security features with novel technologies for easy integration and user-friendliness

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Systel, Navantia, Winchester City Council, Copperchase LtdSwedbank

Evidian Web Access Manager is ranked 4th in Web Access Management while Nexus Argus Authentication Server is ranked 8th in Web Access Management. Evidian Web Access Manager is rated 0.0, while Nexus Argus Authentication Server is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Evidian Web Access Manager is most compared with Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium, whereas Nexus Argus Authentication Server is most compared with .

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