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With the 4.3 Release of RapidIdentity and the new RapidIdentity Mobile App, Identity Automation makes it easier to increase authentication security during sign-on.  We make it possible to provide single sign-on (SSO) to nearly all web-apps with new support for OAuth 2.0 and the introduction a new Form-Fill authentication browser plug-in for web applications that do not support SSO protocols. This release also includes several customer requested, time-saving templates and configuration settings.  

Upgrade now for new report templates, password alternatives for Chromebooks, and remote start-ups, logins, and shutdowns.

We are very excited to announce the latest releases of RapidIdentity 4.2 and RapidIdentity MFA 4.8 (formerly 2FA ONE) and want to share the details of the new capabilities available to those who choose to upgrade.

What a year 2016 has been! With 2017 fast-approaching, we’ve decided to take a look back at some of our Enterprise blog highlights from the past year. From the risks of contingent workers, to upgrading legacy systems, to privileged access management, to single-sign-on – we’ve covered a wide range of identity and access management topics in 2016.

Back when enterprises began adopting identity and access management (IAM) solutions, like the one you might be using now, the focus was on passing compliance audits. However, the times have changed and so have the business and threat landscapes.

Our latest release focuses on new features that will increase the speed and security of authentication requests for young students. Additionally, we have added enhancements to RapidPortal to help organize Applications. You will also find enhancements to the Reporting functionality to make it even easier to access the information you need.

I am excited to share our latest press release announcing that Identity Automation has acquired, 2FA, Inc., a cybersecurity company that specializes in multi-factor authentication and enterprise single sign-on (SSO).

Authentication has become an integral piece of the identity management solution set, largely driven by the need to better protect user credentials and privileged accounts. More and more, industries with a focus on strong compliance regulations are seeing guidelines put in place that require stronger authentication techniques in order to protect that data.

In Q2 2016, our new bookings of annual recurring revenue under contract increased 139 percent year-over-year. With the quarter behind us, I thought I’d share a few accomplishments from the past few months that have contributed to this exceptional growth.

Recently, our CEO, James Litton sat down with the South Texas chapter of ISSA as part of the organization's podcast series on cybersecurity. Their conversation covered a wide range of security and identity and access management (IAM) topics, including identity and the Internet of Things, the future of passwords, contingent workers, IAM and the cloud, and much more.

I am pleased to welcome Walt Nowicki to our team as the new Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Walt will be responsible for leading Identity Automation’s global sales organization, growing its customer base, and expanding our reach into new markets.