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Information Technologies has upgraded the University of Delaware's Central Authentication System.

CAS upgrade

University's Central Authentication System upgraded


8:26 a.m., Oct. 15, 2012--Information Technologies has upgraded the University of Delaware's Central Authentication System (CAS). 

CAS is the interface that allows UD staff, students and alumni to log in securely to University systems and forms. More information about CAS is available at this website.

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"Along with a new client interface, the upgrade brings the University up-to-date with a more recent version of JA-SIG CAS, which provides many infrastructure improvements and an opportunity for future enhancements and features," Dave Costrini, manager, IT Web Development, said.

Upgrading CAS is part of IT Web Development's efforts to continually improve the University’s business systems infrastructure and security. CAS is a mature product that has been managed by JA-SIG since 2004 and has been deployed by organizations worldwide.

Those who encounter any problems using CAS should report them to

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