Centrally Manage A Single Set Of Login Credentials To Access All Your Business Applications.

Single Sign-On (SSO) is a sole set of network login credentials used to access multiple authorized applications. This convenient form of authentication was created not only to simplify users multiple application logins, but also to reduce the chance of users passwords being compromised, and to meet compliance.







Mitigate Risk

By simplifying password management to a centralized access point, companies can easily manage their own internal security policies, minimizing the likelihood of employees using a simple or easy to crack password.

Minimize Password Fatigue

By minimizing the number of passwords users have to remember to access multiple business applications to only one, users will experience a reduction in time spent on entering or having to remember several different application passwords, most with different password requirements.

Boost Productivity

With only having to remember one password, users significantly cut down on login times and reduce the chances of a failed login or a forgotten password, thus allowing users to get to work right away.

Reduce IT Costs

According to Gartner, up to 50% of all Help Desk calls are requests for password resets. Consider that with Forrester adding that password resets amount to about $70 each. Depending on how many employees a company has, password reset costs can add up rather quickly.

Improve Compliance & Security

In reducing the complication of remembering multiple passwords, users are more apt to use a single strong password and keep it confidential. Pair the enhanced strength single password with the security  FilesAnywhere offers, and you're able to easily meet industry governed regulations such as HIPAA and PCI-DSS.

Simplify User Application Access

Management of user application access is easily managed by your IT department in one centralized location, to either grant or remove user access across multiple systems or applications.