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Boost Remote Security and Ease Everyone’s Stress With This Tool

April 21, 2020
A baby blue background features a sleek laptop with a bright pink pop up box springing out of it with asterisks and a lock to indicate a secure login.

Everyone has so many logins to keep track of these days.  Between streaming services, IoT devices, websites, games and more, it seems like everything requires its own login using its own rubric for account “security.” Add in the many logins for applications, machines, services, and tools that someone uses in a single day at work, and it’s a lot to remember and recipe for disaster. 

Lost, stolen, cracked, reused or weak logins are the single easiest point of entry for cybercriminals to infiltrate systems to deploy ransomware and steal data – not to mention a constant source of stress for IT staffers. By reducing the number of logins that users need, that pain point is quickly ameliorated.   

Passly can help. Easy-to-use and quick to deploy, Passly’s single sign-on feature brings many benefits for SMBs and eliminates many headaches for techs including: 

Funneling Traffic– Passly’s Launchpad provides one central place for each staffer to log in, eliminating other possible points of entry to systems and data that could be vulnerable to hackers. Each Launchpad can quickly be configured for that specific user to eliminate the need to login for other applications. It also eliminates the need for techs to constantly adjust individual applications and security tools each time a user is added or taken away. 

Remote Readiness – Passly is designed to facilitate remote work, making it easier for techs to control access to systems and data, see who is accessing what, log password views, centrally store passwords in secure shared vaults, control server access, rotate Active Directory passwords, and more to easily manage everything from anywhere.   

Application Support – Passly seamlessly integrates with over 1,000 existing applications and tools like Office 365, Slack, WordPress, Salesforce, Zendesk, and more. If it’s not in the library, any application that supports SAML 2.0 or OpenID Connect will integrate – and we can create a web workflow to push the user’s credentials through the login page if needed for more specialized use. 

Single sign-on is one of the most useful and dynamic features of Passly. By making access secure and easy for both users and techs, Passly makes remote work run smoothly while making sure that everyone can access everything that they need to thrive.