Christopher Perry

February 8, 2017
by Christopher Perry

Windows Server 2016 Certification – PortalGuard v5.5

Windows Server 2016 Certification informs IT administrators and authorities alike that hardware components, software solutions, and other devices meet Microsoft’s standards for compatibility and Best Practices.  We are proud to announce that the latest version of PortalGuard meets Windows Server … Continue reading

Rob Bellefeuille

May 11, 2015
by Rob Bellefeuille

Mac Keychain Password Recovery | The Challenges

    As an IT professional working in a mixed Windows and Mac environment, it can sometimes feel like you are working for two separate IT departments. Like oil and water, most procedures and operational functions between the two do … Continue reading

Ashley Wilson

May 8, 2015
by Ashley Wilson

Familiar Mobile Password Generator | Top 5 Considerations

  Did you know the average help desk call costs around 25-30 bucks per call? The number one problem that any IT department encounters is something we are all guilty of: You forgot your password. This may seem like a … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski contextual user authentication

April 15, 2015
by Gregg Browinski
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Bluetooth Two Factor Authentication Alternatives | Contextual Authentication

My family bought a new, 2015 Subaru this year. In a market as competitive as automobile sales, car manufacturers are continually looking to one-up each other by adding more technology and integration options. A perfect example was our test drive. … Continue reading

Ashley Wilson Single Sign on Best Practices

April 3, 2015
by Ashley Wilson

Write This Down: Single Sign on Best Practices

  On the surface, Single Sign on (SSO) is pretty self-explanatory. Single Sign on is a property of access control for multiple related, but independent software systems. By following single sign on best practices,  a solution can be installed without … Continue reading

Jason Garfagna Single, consistent user interface

April 1, 2015
by Jason Garfagna

Empower Up! Single, Consistent User Interface

    I have been an avid gamer ever since I could first clutch a game controller in my tiny, peanut butter smeared hands. My initial foray into the world of video games began at an early age when my … Continue reading

Rob Bellefeuille security and usability

June 2, 2014
by Rob Bellefeuille
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The Future of Authentication: Balance Between Security and Usability

Tokens, access barriers, and multiple passwords are all ways to heighten security, but these are also a great way to kill the usability of a login. With the intense rise of hacktivists and breaches exposing organizations’ data, it is understandable … Continue reading

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