Single Sign-On: What it is and how it can benefit your organization

Where cyber security meets efficiency and convenience, a Single Sign-On (SSO) service enables users to access multiple applications using a single set of login credentials. But how does it work while remaining secure? How do I use SSO in my business? Are there any risks? All will be answered!

Let’s take a quick example to visualise how SSO works in practice, before explaining how it does what it does while remaining secure.

Overwhelmed by apps? Streamline your tools with Microsoft Teams

Since its release in 2017 and especially after Covid-19 circulated across the world, the Microsoft Teams platform has proven to be a game-changer in the way that businesses communicate and collaborate productively. With its highly scalable, flexible and customisable features, businesses of any size can benefit greatly from the powerful suite of tools that are embedded into the Teams interface, creating a more streamlined and simple working experience.

Does your AUP cover employee cloud application usage?

These days an Acceptable Use Policy is a must for SME’s, but does your policy cover the use of cloud applications such as Salesforce, Dropbox and Social Media?

Especially given that the use of these applications could potentially leave your company open to sensitive data - accidentally or intentionally - getting into the wrong hands.

Can you see when your employees are sharing data?

Chances are your confidential information is already in the cloud. Can you protect it?

Cloud Applications such as Dropbox and Salesforce are now a daily part of office life and these applications are NOT tracked or controlled by the standard web security solutions.

How to control Shadow IT and safely implement BYOD – with CensorNet

BCNS in partnership with CensorNet helps organisations step up to the challenge of managing an increasingly mobile work environment. Our solutions give greater visibility to your senior management and much better control to IT in the supervision of company-wide internet access and the use of web applications across all devices, regardless of whether users are in-office or on the road.