It's common to hear IT Pros state that security and usability are at odds. That applying one reduces the effectiveness of the other. While on the surface this may have some merrit, if we look closer we find it doesn't always have to be the case.
Passwords in Office 365 are a perfect example. Business users scream about having to remember more passwords. Security professionals scream when you use your work credentials in external cloud services. How can we make both sides of the fence happy?
If you haven't been following the news lately, AuthAnvil fully works in Office 365, replacing the need to use a password with the introduction of federation to offer two-factor authentication. No need to use a Windows credential at work to log into your critical business resources in the Cloud.
If something like that interests you, you should check out AuthAnvil for Office 365.
The thing is, we CAN make the user experience better and increase security. To highlight just a few ways, we have released a new episode of Five by 5 that shows you just how to do that.
Check it out below.
If you are still not sure how AuthAnvil can make your experience with Office 365 easier and more secure, then I encourage you to download our free eBook that explains how it works, and why its important. It will demonstrate how you can unlock Office 365 without a password. Exactly what business users and security professionals both are looking for. Simplicity. And yet still secure.