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Multiple accounts, fear of password loss, frustration while authenticating to online websites and applications, and bad user experience are some of the major reasons for the evolution of single sign-on solution(SSO) technology.
We often hear the news of data breach. It has become very common these days. With the advancement of several types of technologies, it has become easy for cyber attackers to hack and steal users’ account.
Internet World is doomed with hackers, blackhats and spamming bots which are constantly evolving according to time. No place on internet is a safe place to start a conversation or share data.
Technology and business today have a relationship which is helping both towards their goals. The main reason behind adoption is the need to move with time, and one such technology is single sign-on.
Most of the businesses protect their perimeter with more than one firewall, and some also provide an additional layer of protection within their network, including anti-virus, email filtering, intrusion detection, and much more.
The increase in data breaches and rise in hacking attacks on sensitive data and other information raised the need of improving security. Businesses are investing a huge amount of money on keeping sensitive documents safe and secure
The number of websites we need to access is increasing continuously. Every day a new one is added to our existing website list. The new website means the new set of username and password.
In this highly commoditized global marketplace where companies are unable to compete on price alo
No matter which vertical your business serves in, it becomes imperative for everyone to engage with customers through the web properties they own. Providing privileged access to your resources as a means of engagement is surely the best way to build loyalty. Even the best brands in the world are representing the best example of this.
You can lead a horse to water but you can not make him drink. There is an equivalent saying for event planners as well that says “you can tell folks about your event but you can’t force them to buy a ticket”