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Single Sign On: regulating access cards

By now, many organisations are aware of the advantages of Single Sign On (SSO). Employees benefit from SSO because they only have to remember a single (complex) password rather than dozens of (complex) passwords, the IT department receives fewer password reset calls and network security is enhanced ensuring the organisation can meet auditing requirements.

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Single Sign On

SSO , Single Sign On , E-SSOM , HRM system , access cards , passwords

Password Synchronisation vs. Single Sign On

Clients often ask me to advise them on reducing the number of passwords end-users need to use in order to access their account and applications. Their first approach, in order to avoid multiple passwords, is usually to ensure that passwords are synchronised over different systems.

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SSO- The new software that could be the answer to NHS data protection woes

Healthcare organisations such as hospitals and surgeries operate complex networks comprising various applications running on multiple systems. Users need to have access to multiple applications for e-mail, the helpdesk and patient data, etc. In order to comply with increasingly strict security requirements, staff must enter separate username and password combinations for each application.

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Single Sign On

E-SSOM , SSO , Fast User Switching , Single Sign On.