To serve and empower end users effectively we need to provision them with all the IT services they need, on whatever device they are currently using. This begins with the end user logging onto the organisation, and it is here that the User Experience (UX) is often determined. A poor experience at this stage can ruin the overall experience. Seamless access made simple for the end user, followed by rapid deployment of key IT applications, tools and data, will result in happy and productive end users. The art of delivering excellent UX, is to ensure the Identity & Access experience is optimised for the end user. At Experteq, our Identity & Access solutions are aimed at maximising UX, while meeting the security, audit and process standards for the business.
Self service password management empowers people to manage their own passwords while reducing load on the help desk. Let us reduce the load on your help desk by implementing SSPR.
SSO improves user experience by enabling streamlined access to applications and services while improving security posture. Let us develop an improved user experience for your staff.
MFA is highly effective against identity-related attacks. We have several user-friendly solutions to implement resilient security that do not reduce end user productivity.
The security posture of a user can vary depending on their location or which device they are using. We help organisations implement Conditional Access to assess real-time behaviour patterns and apply the appropriate controls.
End users often request access to IT services from locations and devices outside IT-managed environments. We can enable/deny access to end users based on business logic and other metrics, enabling secure access in real time.
Organisations need to track who is accessing important corporate applications and data, and from which locations. We devise efficient secure solutions that monitor and record access, without impacting end user productivity.
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