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The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 3

The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 3

The typical, base-level form of access (that is, user ID/username and password) has become unsafe and outdated, especially when it comes to protecting access to high-level resources. That’s why developers have designed methods like Multi-factor Authentication...
The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 2

The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 2

In our previous blog on Single Sign-on (SSO), we defined SSO and explained some of the many benefits it brings to the corporate table. To give a little recap: it saves time and money. That being said, we didn’t explain the nitty-gritty inner workings of SSO, the...
The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 1

The Ins and Outs of Single Sign-On – Part 1

With hackers around almost every corner, digital enterprise needs password protection and secure login verification. It’s not surprising information, but safely logging into applications, web resources, and other systems has been a concern for in business for...
Functions of DW with Power BI: Necessary or Overkill?

Functions of DW with Power BI: Necessary or Overkill?

Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Warehouses (DW) go hand-in-hand, but with Microsoft Power BI the need for a DW has been questioned in the past few years. Because Power BI offers considerable storage, ETL, and reporting functions on top of its business intelligence...