Integrating single sign-on across the cloud

Single sign-on isn’t new: it has been around for more than a decade to help enterprises manage multiple passwords. And given the number of leaked passwords as of late it is becoming increasingly important as a security tool. What is new however is that an SSO tool can secure both local server and cloud-based ones.

You can read more of my thoughts for a custom white paper I wrote for McAfee here.And here is a link if you would like to read my review of 8 different SSO tools that I did for Network World earlier this year, including McAfee’s and Okta’s products.

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