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The Importance of a Highly Managed SSO Platform for All Mac Networks
One of the most important aspects to a company or business is being organized. If certain aspects of a business get spread out, it can get confusing. It’s all too easy for disorganization, even in the slightest, to make a business lose smooth functionality. This means that a simple system of an organization must be in place for every aspect of a business in order for it to run like a dream. Not to mention, being organized and simplifying matters for a business can cause it to be more secure causing fewer issues such as data breaches and financial loss.
What is SSO?
SSO stands for “single sign-on.” This means that one sign-on can connect you to all the networks you’re needing. For example, say you’ve got a Coffee Shop account and you want to get the phone app but they make you have an entirely new login. In order to use the app plus the website, you have to have two separate logins. If you did this for multiple fast food places, they would quickly get confusing and odds are, many of these logins would be lost or forgotten. It’s the same concept when dealing with multiple MAC networks. Having a program that allows a single sign-on simplifies matters in a way that adds a layer of organization that’s vitally needed.
Nothing is worse than trying to work between multiple programs. Due to security, some programs or networks make you login every time you leave the screen. It can cause work to take twice as long due to signing on and off specific networks in order to switch back and forth. With a single sign-on platform, you’re pushing workflow to be much smoother and streamlined for your employees as well as yourself.
Saves Funds and Resources
With any business, it’s always smart to be looking for ways to reduce the use of resources and funds. An SSO allows you to reduce time spent wasted on multiple logins and keeping track of all the security required with multiple logins. With a single sign-on, there is usually one login that is often updated to keep the security of your business a top priority. Of course, when you save resources and increase security, you’re saving funds as they go hand in hand.
A single sign-on platform can provide extra security. When your devices are offline, they’re not protected. Did you know that your laptop or cell phone can be hacked while off or dead? If the battery is still in, then it’s fair game. This kind of security can be covered by an SSO platform and more. When you’re not working, it still is. With extra security also comes protection from financial loss. Although this isn’t the only way to accrue financial loss, it definitely can be one of the easier ways.
Free up some of your resources, efforts, and funds by adopting a highly-managed SSO platform for all your MAC networks. You’ll find a great satisfaction in organizing and simplifying your sign-ons.