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Executives are now pushing IT hard to lighten the user burden by reducing the number of sign-ons with single sign-on technology. However, SSO really means RSO -- organizations have given up the Holy Grail of a single sign-on and want to use the tools at their disposal to pragmatically reduce the number of user logons. With so many tools in the SSO stack -- Kerberos, enterprise SSO, Web access management, federation, and authentication as a service -- what's an enterprise to do?

Learn about the '80/20' rule of SSO, best practices for reducing sign-ons, and where most organizations 'draw the line' on SSO.

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