Analysing the evolution of single sign-on
Replacing mainframes with 21st century identity
By Paul Madsen, senior technical architect
The concept of single sign-on (SSO) is not a new one, and over the years it has successfully bridged the gap between security and productivity for organizations all over the globe.
Allowing users to authenticate once to gain access to enterprise applications improves access security and user productivity by reducing the need for passwords.
In the days of...