Active Directory Benefits and Single Sign-On

For many network administrators, resetting expired, forgotten or compromised passwords is a routine activity. It is also a tedious, time-consuming process that complicates busy schedules, cuts into worker productivity and costs companies millions of dollars per year. Moreover, when performed using the native Active Directory tools, password management can become quite a demanding activity. Password […]

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Hypersocket Provides 2 Tips for Making Your Tech Customers Your Best Sales Team

Exceeding customer expectation is everything. The statistics are everywhere. A recent survey revealed that 82 percent of U.S business leaders believe customers have higher expectations compared to three years ago – with 60 percent admitting to facing difficulties pleasing their customers. Similarly, a 2014 study showed that 87 percent of customers have requested help online, […]

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Business as Usual: Two Key Tips to Maintain a Successful Technology

Corporate America is filled with TLA’s (Three Letter Acronyms). Most organizations seem to have native departmental languages riddled with acronyms. One of the best that I think I’ve ever heard was GTSA&I (Global Technology Systems, Architecture and Infrastructure). Acknowledging most acronyms seem to originate within technology groups. However, one acronym that seems to be universal […]

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Three Key Tips for Successful IT Implementation

Performing IT Implementation, a new tool or service on a network is never an easy endeavor. I often meet with clients concerned with how implementing a Single Sign-On solution is going to be different than the tech install nightmares of the past. I also often hear the complaint that switching past platforms has always caused […]

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The Value of a Password Manager in Retail

Single Sign-On technology has helped to shape the current state of the retail sector. Arguably one of the most pivotal sections of any economy, the retail sector as of late has been experiencing the disruptive and transformative effects of an all-digital, interconnected world with 24/7 service and consumer access. This trend of always on, always […]

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The Value of Password Managers in Education

The future of education is digital. Programming is quickly overtaking traditional languages like French and German as a preferred foreign language elective and parents in the United States are aggressively pushing STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). At the University level, even liberal arts majors are stressing the importance of technology within their own […]

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4 Ways in which a Password Manager Makes your Life Better

User experience is arguably the next frontier in technology. Making sure that user navigation through portals, websites and networks, whether in retail, energy, finance or health care is smooth and easy can often be the differentiating factor between a successful customer interaction and failure. User experience consultant Paul Boag once mentioned, “Users are not always […]

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Top 2 Gaps password manager Can Fill in an Organization

Businesses face unprecedented challenges. Out of all the challenges they face, two challenges resonate most throughout organizations, the need to better support human resources and the need to simplify the user experience for customer and clients. In many ways, password manager goes a long way to alleviating both challenges. Alleviate IT staff In short, password […]

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Password Manager and The Real-World of Multiple Logins

Organizations are more integrated than ever and the pace of integration is only increasing. Few sectors better represent the complexity of this intertwined integration better than finance and oil and gas. In banking, the digital bank is leading the complexity we see in network integration within this sector. Defined as banks that use technology to […]

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How Single Sign-On Helps To Fill Gaps Within Businesses

All businesses have a lifecycle. They are born as start-ups and over time they mature to large, stoic organizations. In short, the entrepreneurial becomes an enterprise. Despite the ebbs and flows associated with each phase of a company’s development, a universal activity is prevalent at every step of the way- finding and closing gaps. Ironically, […]

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