Creating and remembering passwords is a modern-day inconvenience. Social single sign-on allows people to sign into their accounts using their existing social networks, fighting off the password fatigue that often comes with creating and remembering multiple passwords. Just sign in with your Facebook, Twitter, or Google account and you’re exactly where you left off. You can even skip the annoying signup process completely by using a single sign-on. This makes, typing in your address; email and phone number, a figment of your imagination.
Matter of Concern
Customers aren’t the only ones benefiting from SSSO. SSSO allows companies like Facebook, Google, etc to develop detailed user profiles to share with their partners and advertisers. This makes mining and selling customer data significantly easier. In other words, when you see advertisements on your screen, they’re relevant to your likes on Facebook, or related to your previous Google searches. This type of constant surveillance doesn’t bother some, however some customers become hesitant to log in, sign up, and make purchases and stop giving information all together. In turn, this could have a major effect on business, impacting sales, leads, and marketing databases.
At Avancer, we provide comprehensive SSSO solutions to address all your concerns.
- Many of the solutions available are multi tier by design and don’t require all users or systems to participate as a result less secured systems can be excluded from the SSSO enterprise environment.
- SSO products that allow end users to reset the password after successfully answering a variety of questions reduces help desk cost and risk of social engineering.
- Employees that leave organizations can quickly be deactivated on all systems from one location.
SSSO facilitates the authentication process and removes a good deal of pain from end users, helpdesk and administrators. Do not delay and get your SSSO infrastructure right awayto maximize your organizations security. For further details, feel free to contact us on (609) 632-1285 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org