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Disclaimer: This blog post will not go in-depth into the actual technology and math behind Blockchain. Instead, we’re going to explain how it works in basic terms. Think of this quick read as Blockchain 101.
Since the rise of the internet in the early 2000s, but especially post 2010s, Cloud services have become essential in our daily and work lives. People use Cloud-based software all the time without even realizing it.
Data privacy has been a hot topic in recent years. The rise of digital services – such as social media apps – has seen us leave our personal information left and right. Data management and everything surrounding it is one of the biggest industries of the modern world.
A Chief Information Officer, or CIO for short, is the highest-ranked position in the Information Technology (IT) department of any company. In most company structures they represent they’re the senior executive in their department and answer directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Since the beginning of the 21st century, computers and accompanying software have slowly started taking over our workplaces. To make sure things run smoothly, somebody has to administer over application and resource use and access. This is where the Application Support Manager comes in.
Internet services (apps) have become a part of everyday life. It’s become so noticeable that users have coined the phrase “There’s an App for That” to jokingly explain the phenomenon. However, nobody is laughing when they have to install and register an app for the 100th time. With so many accounts to manage, it’s become apparent users don’t like wasting time logging in and out of services just to function.
This is where Single Sign On came in and provided a necessary solution.