Ping Identity Updates IDaaS Platform for Improved UX

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Ping Identity has announced upgrades to its Identity as a Service (IDaaS) platform aimed at giving users and enterprises ” a more secure authentication experience,” that is simultaneously simple to manage and “embraced by end users,” according to a release
Updates to Ping’s IDaaS platform include:
– A “consistent, familiar” user experience on mobile devices.
– Co-branding (ie. white labeling) opportunities for Mobile Multi-Factor Authentication.
– Secure privileged access and enhanced support for Windows Remote Desktop.
– Support for MFA for Windows RDP.
– A ‘refreshed’ PingOne user interface.
– An upgraded user interface in the PingOne cloud.

“In today’s mobile-centric world, user experience is everything, and identity can make or break it. Mobility, combined with unrelenting phishing attacks, have caused multi-factor authentication to evolve from a ‘nice-to-have’ to a ‘must have,’ but it can’t come at the cost of the seamless experience people have come to expect,” said Andre Durand, CEO and founder, Ping Identity. “Today’s announcement ensures that enterprises can create trusted mobile experiences with very little friction, while also supporting IT’s need to move quickly without compromising quality.”

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