Technology | October 05, 2006

Single Sign-On Technology Eliminates Need for Multiple Passwords

The Passlogix v-GO Sign-On Platform simplifies user authentication to hundreds of clinical and business software applications through enterprise single sign-on (ESSO) technology. v-GO’s rapid deployment ability reflects client-side intelligence that eliminates the need to write scripts or connectors, even to homegrown or legacy applications.
The system’s single sign-on capabilities eliminate the need for end- users to remember multiple passwords to access each application, database or account. Users enter a single network password when they log on for the day, and v-GO replaces all other passwords with an automatically generated hacker-proof string of random characters that users never know or touch. This reduces security gaps, administrative overhead, user frustration and password reset calls to the help desk.

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