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Small to medium-sized companies need smart solutions that automate tasks and don't break the bank.
The public sector requires efficiently serving the varying needs of many different user groups. Whether it's securing personal data or integrating intricate databases, IT professionals are focused on managing their environment to minimize downtime.
How much can Specops Password Reset save your company
Password resets make up 40 percent of all helpdesk calls and it generally costs an organization 25USD to handle each password reset call. Find out how much Specops Password Reset can save your company when you implement it.
5 pitfalls to avoid when rolling out a Password Reset solution
User adoption is what drives your password reset program success. Here are five common pitfalls that you can avoid on your path to user adoption.
3 reasons why users aren't using the Password Reset solution
Resistance towards a new self-service password reset solution forces helpdesk staff to continue taking password reset calls, and distracts them from more important tasks. What are the three reasons that contribute to user resistance?
Press Release: Specops launches customer success website for Password Reset
Specops launches a customer success website designed to tackle common challenges customers face when they implement a Password Reset solution. Customers will find complete guide to self-help resources they need to set up and maintain a successful Password Reset program.
Press release: Gartner Names Specops an Active Directory Specialist for Password Management Tools
Specops has been named by Gartner, Inc., as one of the Active Directory specialists in the password management tools market in the 2014 Gartner Market Guide for Password Management Tools.
3 reasons why you should use passphrases
Technology is catching up and password management solutions have increased the password character limit so users can set long passwords with multiple words strung together. Here’s three reasons why you should use passphrases.
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