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Single Sign On

Single sign-on (SSO) from LAB River secures access to thousands of apps by minimizing password risks and lets users access cloud, mobile and on-premises apps from any device. With single sign-on, users enter a single user name and password once, and get secure access across apps and devices — based on policy from IT. Supports internal users (employees, contractors) and external users (partners, customers).

Benefits of SSO

  1. Reduces costs - Well according to Gartner, up to 30% of all Help Desk calls are just requests for password resets. Obviously, the more users you have, the higher your Help Desk costs will get. And that's not the only thing. To counter rising threats to data, companies are now implementing stronger security policies. Because of their length and complexity, even a single password can be almost impossible to recall. To make matters worse, users these days have to access 5 to even 20 applications per day. That means, more passwords to remember - and likely forget.SSO will allow your users to remember just one password or at least much fewer passwords
  2. Improves customer satisfaction - A user-friendly login process can be very important because the login screen is where the first interaction between users and the inner halls of your website will be taking place. If those users are customers, you would would want their experience to be great right from the start.
  3. Boosts productivity - In companies implementing strict password policies, simple login processes can take much longer than usual. Users will have to take out their password lists, scan through it, and slowly key in each character into the password field. If the login fails, they'd have to check if they missed a character or keyed-in the wrong password. Having to remember and key-in only one password can significantly cut down login time and reduce the chances of a failed login. Thus, SSO can enable users to buckle down to work right away.
  4. Improved Security - People are now subjected to so many passwords, that many of them eventually suffer from password fatigue. Password fatigue, which is caused by having to remember too many passwords, can force users to adopt insecure password habits - such as using the same password over and over again
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