The Benefits of Two-Factor for Your Offline Desktop

Why Require Two Factor for Windows Logons?

PortalGuard has offered two-factor authentication for Windows workstations and servers as part of its PortalGuard Desktop offering since 2013. As with all multi-factor initiatives, the primary use case is to increase security. As an example, multiple customers have installed the PortalGuard Desktop 2FA on Windows servers in their environment. If a ...

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User Authentication for Client-facing Applications

When researching for a complete user authentication solution, it is important to consider a lot of different things. How easy will it be to integrate into my current environment? How much downtime can I expect to train my end users and tech support team? Do we have enough money in the current budget to roll out a new solution set?

These are all important questions to consider and paired with...

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