Unifyed Announces Password Manager With Multi-Factor Authentication
February 13, 2018
Chicago, IL – February 2018: Unifyed, the premier student engagement and digital transformation provider for HigherEd today announces the launch of Unifyed Identity Password Manager with Multi-Factor Authentication capabilities.
Campuses can empower students, faculty (and other end users) to reset passwords on their own through the self-service password manager. It not only helps cutting IT helpdesk cost but also makes sure that all users can reset passwords any time (including after-hours). Multi-Factor Authentication helps reinforce IT security by ensuring that the right user gets the right level of access to authorized applications.
With Unifyed Identity Password Manager with Multi-Factor Authentication, campuses can achieve:
- Significant Helpdesk Cost Savings: Gartner estimates that the cost of each manual password reset to be $20. Self-Service Password Manager helps campuses save helpdesk costs significantly by automating the process and relieving the IT helpdesk from password reset calls.
- Faster Reset: Users can recover access to accounts much faster through just a few clicks on the UI to reset their passwords. The wait time to reach the IT helpdesk is eliminated and it paves way for faster password reset.
- Insightful Reporting: Real-time, dynamic reports that give you actionable insights on user password resets, login attempts, devices, ROI meter on cost savings incurred due to automated password resets.
- Additional Layer of Security: Multi-Factor Authentication provides the most-needed additional layer of security to users to improve security.
“We are pleased to announce Password Manager with Multi-Factor Authentication which will help campuses achieve enhanced security cost-effectively.”, said Dennis Thibeault, Chief Product Officer, Unifyed.
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Existing clients can contact their customer success manager for further information.