Notifying mobile users that their password is expiring

I know I’m not alone on this one. I travel a lot, and I always hated when my password expired while I was traveling, but I wasn’t notified. Sure, there is a notification built into Windows, but that only shows up as a pop-up on your computer when you’re logged in to the corporate network. What about road warriors who use a VPN or remote applications? It’s very frustrating when passwords expire and you’re in a remote location. To eliminate this problem, why not help users out by giving them notifications through other means, not just a pop-up on their computer? We can do that! Our solution gives you two of the best possible options for mobile, or even in-house, users.
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My Mom Said My Password Was Important…

Well, I know I have been saying it for years, talking about it like it was one of the most important aspects of your computer, and emphasizing it as one of the top five most important security configurations for corporations and users. With so many companies being attacked, compromised, and making front page news, I hope that now you get the picture!? The passwords for your Active Directory, your bank, Amazon, LinkedIn, and other sensitive accounts are key to your career, personal protection, and economic stability.Now, all I can say is, “I told you so!” Just like your mom said to you regarding washing behind your ears, wearing clean underwear, and not cursing in public. It only makes sense, does it not