Larry Conroy

August 8, 2017
by Larry Conroy
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Top 3 Problems seen in a Tech Support Role

  Here at PortalGuard Technical Support, we get quite an assortment of inquiries needing resolution/understanding by our customers and prospects. We are committed to taking the time to document or build into our product what is needed to eliminate these … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

July 19, 2017
by Christopher Perry
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Benefits of Announcements on the Login Portal for Education

Let’s be honest: the benefits of announcements are nothing new in the world of education.  Many applications and service providers have the option to implement announcements. However, these features often do not integrate well with the login process. On top … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

June 21, 2017
by Gregg Browinski
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You Asked We Delivered…v5.6.2.0

PistolStar is committed to keeping PortalGuard up to the standards of the industry and the people who use it. Back in March, we asked our loyal customers what they would like to see upgraded or added to PortalGuard. Straight from … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

June 5, 2017
by Gregg Browinski
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Why is it important to conform to the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines?

Navigating in the Dark You’ve been working hard today. Time to take a break, open a new browser tab on your workstation and visit your favorite website. Maybe it’s Facebook or ESPN or a news site. Just after entering the … Continue reading

Jason Garfagna

May 9, 2017
by Jason Garfagna
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A Solution for Multiple SSO Integration Challenges

  The search for a fully integrated authentication solution to provide to your students, parents, and faculty can be an overwhelming challenge. Oaks Christian School, an independent, college-preparatory school in California met that challenge head on in 2017. PortalGuard was chosen to provide … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 18, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Improve Network Security by Addressing Typical Attack Vectors

You see that little guy up there with the shield noticeably larger than his entire body? He’s working overtime to improve network security of the environments that he’s charged to protect. Why? Because it’s his job to reduce access by … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 11, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Attack Surface Reduction – Benefits of Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On gets a bad rap. Most of the apparent controversy comes from a variety of misunderstandings, as illustrated initially in my previous blog. However, one term that rarely gets mentioned alongside the Benefits of Single Sign-On is Attack Surface … Continue reading

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