Single Sign On 'in-a-box' lands in Europe

Monday, 7 March 2005, 3:34 PM EST

Single sign on appliance firm Imprivata launched in the Europe on Monday (7 March) with a promise to reduce corporate password management pains.

Imprivata's OneSign appliances are designed to authenticate users so that they only have to log on once in order to access multiple applications (either desktop, client-server or Web-based). This single sign on approach reduces password headaches - which Imprivata reckons account for 30 per cent of help desk calls - because users don't have to remember multiple passwords.

By John Leyden at The Register.

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