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Your IT Admins can be the kings of the cloud. And it’s good to be the king.
And why should you care?
You should care about two factor authentication because it keeps you much safer as you use online applications to do your work. If you’re in IT, you should be thrilled about it, because it can keep all of your users safer -- without creating any inconvenience for them.
Today, the team and I are thrilled to unveil our sophomore release, focusing on usability and productivity for our customers with a redesigned one-click, lightning fast user interface (UI).
Social login can be a powerful tool – it’s really easy for the user to set up an account to authenticate them across web apps. They don’t have to manage any new accounts or passwords. And the app they're logging into gets a new customer, quickly and easily. You might like it as a consumer – but should you enable social login for your employees?
Spoiler alert: I’m talking about this topic at the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco, CA February 24th.
Passwords need to be encrypted. The easiest way to do that is through password management tools.
Individuals don't have the same burdens as companies, but sometimes the bevy of passwords that they have to keep up with can give them a sense of what it's like trying to manage a huge suite of apps.
Rather than have employees freely exchange passwords with friends, family and co-workers, or broadcast them by writing them down on stickies or notepads, companies should find a better way to store passwords.