PortalGuard Nebula Ships with Single Sign-on and Multi-factor Authentication
BEDFORD, NH: The flagship product of PistolStar, PortalGuard Nebula is now all ready to offer a secure Single Sign-on solution for the cloud. Built based on PortalGuard On-Premises, the product emerges with a hybrid, cloud-based design. Single Sign-on reduces login prompts and connects different applications like Office 365 and Google Apps through a single access.
PortalGuard Nebula scales up or down as per the requirement of the organization and still providing security at an ideal price. Self-service Password reset functionality starts at 0.50 dollar per user per month, while the all-inclusive package containing Single Sign-on (SSO) capabilities- Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), Self-service Password Reset (SSPR) and Contextual Authentication (CA) ships for 1.50 dollars per user per month. Users are free to choose any feature of PortalGuard Nebula and avoid end-user training on unnecessary features; and prevent confusion regarding the operating environment.
The solution complies with ODBC, LDAP, SAML, WS-Fed, CAS and Shibboleth standards to keep the customer sure of easy integration with current and future applications. The company commits to support the customers from design to delivery.
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