Advanced Software Product Group’s enterprise self-service password reset tool ReACT now features multi-factor authentication, raising the bar for Help Desk password reset software.
ReACT is a self-service password reset and synchronization software tool for the enterprise that allows users to reset their own password without costly calls to a Help Desk – thereby enabling organizations and companies using ReACT to realize significant savings in their Help Desk operations costs. With versions that work on z/OS, Windows Active Directory, UNIX/Linux, Novell, and many other systems and applications, ReACT is a dominant password synchronization player for enterprise, educational institutions, and any other organizations that need to manage login credentials for a large base of users.
According to ASPG President Cathryn Thompson, incorporating multi-factor authentication into ReACT has improved the software on two fronts: Not only is it easier for the user who has forgotten their password to authenticate themselves to the system, but by allowing for means of authentication other than guessable challenge question answers, like email and SMS, it also improves security for the organizations that are using it.
“ReACT is one of those great tools that allow us to directly help both organizations and their end users,” said Thompson. “And not only does it increase security exponentially while at the same time cutting Help Desk costs, the multiple modes of authentication means that installation of the software will be quick and easy on the part of organizations – meaning even better cost reductions are realized.”
Anyone interested in ReACT is encouraged to read more about its password reset and synchronization capabilities.
David Vertin, Worldwide Marketing Manager
Advanced Software Products Group, Inc.
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