Adopting Single Sign-on in Health Care Settings
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The number of clinical applications doctors use every day is on the rise. And, because clinicians are always accessing these applications from dispersed workstations and devices, poor authentication and password management strategies are also growing in number.

This E-Zine from demonstrates how single sign-on (SSO) technology can positively impact the way your organization approaches clinical application security and access. Read on to learn how you can improve security, and possibly make frequent calls to IT over forgotten passwords a thing of the past.

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