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Expanding Web Single Sign-On to Cloud and Mobile Environments

Expanding Web Single Sign-On to Cloud and Mobile Environments

The world of business online is rapidly evolving, customers are comfortable now more than ever performing a host of transactions online but are reliant on the business organisation to provide a seamless and secure environment across multiple devices and environments..

This paper discusses and provides examples, top tips and best practices on how to use traditional web single sign on and web access management to deliver a seamless, secure experience for online users.

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