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Indianapolis, IN - October 20, 2009 - Stoneware, Inc. announced today the upcoming release of SAML Provisioning for webNetwork. Integrated SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) provisioning will enable Stoneware's private cloud solution to push a user's identity to public cloud application providers.

SAML Provisioning is just another step in strengthening the union between the private cloud and public cloud providers. Provisioning identity information from the private cloud to the public provider simplifies management and strengthens integration resulting in cost savings for both the customer and public cloud provider.

"Stoneware continues to lead the industry in uniting the public and private clouds" states Ken Quinton, VP of Strategic Relations - Stoneware, Inc. "Our goal is simple. Let the customer build a private cloud that enables them to determine where the applications will reside while providing the user with a single Virtual Web Desktop interface".

Stoneware will release SAML Provisioning in the next service pack update for webNetwork due in early November, 2009. To learn more go to www.stone-ware.com.

About Stoneware
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Stoneware is a privately held corporation providing innovative software that enables organizations to build their own "private" cloud for simplified access to all of their applications and services. The company services various sectors including education, manufacturing, healthcare, legal, and financial industries.

For more information about Stoneware and the Stoneware product line, visit www.stone-ware.com, or call 888-473-9485.

More Stories By Rick German

Rick German is Co-founder, CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Stoneware, Inc. and has been the company's President and CEO since inception. He is one of the key architects of Stoneware’s webOS and is heavily involved in the company's efforts to move Web Desktop Virtualization into the “cloud” computing space. Prior to founding Stoneware in 2000, German was the Vice President of System Engineering for Cornerstone Systems. He has a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from University of Iowa.