Valley Medical Spotlight: Improving Clinician Efficiency with ExactAccess SSO

Valley Medical Center, a University of Washington facility located in South King County, Washington, is a network of acute care clinics and one public hospital that serves over 600,000 area residents. For 14 years, Valley Medical’s clinical staff had utilized Single Sign-On (SSO) to help streamline clinic workflows, but their solution wasn’t aging well.

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Four Keys to Proper Cyber-Hygiene on World Password Day 2020

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on ITProPortal.

World Password Day occurs each year on the first Thursday of May. This year, May 7th will mark the occasion. There’s no better time than the present for organizations to assess cyber hygiene best practices for keeping data and devices secure from cyber threats.

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Breaking Down the Identity and Access Management Capability Maturity Model, Part One

Recently, we discussed the four key areas of comprehensive identity and access management (IAM) as well as the common misconception that IAM is a technology that’s confined to select areas. As we transition away from this perception to one of a robust and mature IAM system with a wide array of tenets, it’s critical to determine an action plan to improve your organization’s IAM capabilities.

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SSO, Passwords, and MFA: Is the Future Passwordless?

Recently, Identity Automation CEO, James Litton was featured in a USA Today article that posed the question: Is Single Sign-On (SSO) the answer to our password-related struggles?

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A Look at Single Sign-On Solution Maturity—How Do Your Organization’s SSO Capabilities Stack Up? Part Two

At its core, Single Sign-On (SSO) is all about improving your users’ productivity and user experience. With SSO, users are able to securely access all of their applications with a single set of credentials.

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Delegated Administration: A Powerful IAM Tenet that Increases Business Agility, While Empowering Employees, Part One

One of the most powerful features of any modern identity and access management (IAM) solution is delegated administration. This core feature gives business users of an organization the ability to perform basic IT functions, such as new account creation, role and group assignment, and access requests, all without the capabilities and permissions typically tied to a privileged IT role.

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A Look at Single Sign-On Solution Maturity — How Do Your Organization’s SSO Capabilities Stack Up? Part One

Single sign-on, also known as SSO, is a widely popular component of identity and access management (IAM) that not only helps organizations address important access challenges, it also offers clear productivity and user experience benefits.

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Federated Identity Management: Defining the Levels of the Federation Maturity Model, from Basic to Mesh

Recently, we discussed maturity models, and why we believe that federated identity management is the most logical first step in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) Maturity Model.

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How Harmony Public Schools Transformed Their Student Experience with Secure, Single Sign-On

At Harmony Public Schools (HPS), technology fills every aspect of the Texas-based network of public charter schools’ academic and operational environments. Over the past decade, HPS has tremendously expanded their technology use.

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CoSN 2019 Recap: Why School Districts Need More than Just Single Sign-On

Last month, Identity Automation’s top K12 education experts traveled to Portland, Oregon for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) 2019 Annual Conference. CoSN, a member-based association and advocacy group, spotlights emerging technologies to K12 EdTech leaders.

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