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the process of permitting access to a computer system by identification of the user's credentials.
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Power LogOn incorporates smartcard technology, an advanced technology previously used only by governments and large corporations, to protect the company's sensitive data from computer hackers and other security breaches," states Dovell Bonnett, Founder and CEO of Access Smart, LLC.
Power LogOn can be used on any computer on any network, giving the user the flexibility to use their same card at work, at home, or on someone else's computer; as well as the security of knowing that when their card is removed none of their data is ever stored or left behind on the computer.
Power LogOn allows any software or internet account to be accessed through information stored on a smartcard.
introduces 3M Cogent BioTrust biometric logon software, a robust biometric logon replacement software for Windows computer programs from Microsoft.
These reductions will be in Automatic Confirmation Transaction Service(SM) (ACT(SM)) locked-in trade reports, ACT SuperMontage(SM) trade reports, computer-to-computer interface (CTCI) bandwidth enhancement fees, NASDAQ Workstation II(R) and application programming interface (API) logon charges, and NASDAQ Testing Facility (NTF) charges.
An enhanced logon display screen provides more informational items relating to users and their access parameters.
IT departments can centrally deploy IM Manager without requiring client configuration changes, client software, or logon scripts.
The tests focused on the logon operation, by far the most overhead intensive request that a user makes in the Coreport environment.
Users need only one logon name and password for all of the CCOW-compliant User Link-enabled applications on their desktop.
When the second application is opened, the application checks with the context manager for context information, including user's logon name and the identity of the selected patient.
SAFLINK's software will enable an additional 3,450 students and teachers in eight schools in the Spanga/Tensta District to replace passwords used for logon to the city's computer networks with fingerprints, a unique physical characteristic that is ideally suited for verifying an individual's identity.
SAFmodule for NMAS enables network administrators to use biometrics to provide tighter security for logon to Novell eDirectory(TM), which is in use in the City of Stockholm school districts.