Projects, projects and more projects. Will they ever end? Do you really want them to end? Without projects, would you be able to justify the cushy salary you bring home every payday?
Maybe just one project that doesn’t keep you awake at night and goes off without a hitch. Could it be possible or am I still dreaming? Can there be a simple project you can implement with results that will make your end users stand up and applaud your efforts?
Single Sign on is a hot topic these days. Not only do you remove the extra hassle of additional password management from your users, but they will also have less actual logins to make. This is great for the end user, but at what cost to your IT team and sleep habits for getting the infrastructure in place?
I spend a lot of time every day walking IT professionals just like you through the process of a quick single sign on deployment to a multitude of web sites. Web sites such as SharePoint, Blackboard, Canvas and even Office 365 just to name a few. Everyone is always pleasantly surprised at how smoothly and efficiently the installation/deployment progresses, especially as more and more web sites are added to the SSO family.
The ease of deployment starts even before the software is purchased. We carefully and skillfully take a hands on approach at walking through the installation and configuration of a guided proof of concept with our product. This “white-glove” treatment is also experienced during deployment into production should the need present itself. Usually, by the time you are rolling out to production, there is a strong understanding and confidence with the software and very little, if any, help is needed. Some investors have gone so far as to simply needing to clone their test machine and elevate it to production.
The physical part of installing software is also simplified by not requiring any installation or configuration for each and every end-user in your deployment environment. The SSO software is installed on an existing or new server, which could be as simple as a VM and the destination web site is then configured to use the new SSO server. For each additional web site added to the SSO family, a simple configuration within the site is made and an additional SSO document is added to the already installed base SSO server.
There isn’t much we haven’t already seen and ironed out, but if something new is encountered, it doesn’t take an arm and a leg to get the problem resolved. Our development team is keenly aware of making sure the software does what it is expected and in a timely manner. It is our promise to assist you with quick single sign on deployment to fit your needs!