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Too Many Login Prompts - Hitachi ID Password Manager

Business Challenge

Corporate users typically have to sign into 10 or more applications regularly. They may have to remember and certainly must type IDs and passwords for each of these applications repeatedly.

Users are inconvenienced by repeated login prompts. Repeatedly signing into applications takes time and creates frustration.

Hitachi ID Login Manager Solution

Login Manager, a module included with Hitachi ID Password Manager, is an enterprise single sign-on solution. It automatically signs users into applications where the ID and/or password is the same as what the user typed to sign into Windows.

Login Manager leverages password synchronization instead of stored passwords. This means that it does not require a wallet and that users can continue to sign into their applications from devices other than their corporate PC -- such as a smart phone or tablet -- for which a single sign-on client may not be available.

Login Manager does not require scripting or a credential vault, so has a much lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than alternative single sign-on (E-SSO) products.

Using Login Manager, organizations improve user service without invasive or costly new infrastructure.








Read More:

  • Too Many Passwords:
    Using Password Manager to reduce the number of passwords that users must remember and manage.
  • Too Many Login Prompts:
    Using Password Manager to reduce the number of times per day that users must type application login IDs and passwords.
  • Users Locked Out of Their PCs:
    Enabling users who forgot or locked out their primary passwords and cannot sign into their PC to resolve their own problem using Password Manager.
  • High IT Support Call Volume:
    Reducing the volume of IT support calls due to login problems -- intruder lockouts and forgotten passwords, PINs and encryption keys -- using Password Manager.
  • Uneven Support Call Volume:
    Lowering the peak IT support call volume due to forgotten and locked out passwords after weekends and holidays -- using Password Manager.
  • Weak Passwords:
    Ensuring that users choose strong passwords -- using Password Manager.
  • Off-hours IT Support:
    Enabling users to resolve their own login problems after hours -- using Password Manager.
  • Too Many Privileged Users:
    Reducing the number of people that need administrative access to systems and applications by delegating the right to reset passwords and clear lockouts to IT support staff -- using Password Manager.
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