In my last blog, I introduced the concept of SSO and discussed some of its benefits. I will now address some limitations of SSO and propose measures on how to work around them.
Jotting down the minutes of a meeting, drafting a longer account and getting them approved may seem like a boring administrative task. But in three years when this document is all that remains of the meeting that no-one can remember much of, it becomes a task of vital importance.
Recent events have pushed organisations from all parts of the housing sector to look again at the reasons for decisions taken; from board minutes concerning governance and strategy to business minutes for financial and operational decisions.
We all have personal goals and resolutions for the new year, but how about a few resolutions to help us in the digital workplace?
- Have a secure password, and change it least twice a year.
There is a whole branch of study dedicated to passwords and that is Cryptography. You may think it’s just for top secret military code, but it's applicable to every one of us on a small scale as well.