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WiKID: Save Big on your Total Cost of Ownership
WiKID is significantly less expensive than hardware tokens. This table proves WiKID is 30-60% less expensive for as few as 100-250 users!
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WiKID vs. Key fob tokens - more details on cost savings
WiKID is significantly less expensive than other forms of two-factor authentication for most user populations. It is important to include *all* the costs involved in deploying and maintain a two-factor deployment.
Located in Learn More / Features & Benefits
Strong Authentication for the Internet Age
Today, you need strong authentication not just for your users, but also potentially for customers, vendors, consultants, partners, etc. WiKID is the only strong authentication system capable of handling all these situatations, gracefully and securely.
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WiKID's Self-service & Ease of Deployment capabilities
WiKID Systems is devoted to reducing costs while increasing security. The best way to reduce cost in a corporate environment is to minimize the time and effort wasted on non-productive tasks. WiKID is the only strong authentication system capable of a 100% self-service deployment.
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Operational Benefits of WiKID Strong Authentication
One of the reasons why two-factor authentication has failed to deeply penetrate the authentication market is due to the operational hassles of hardware tokens. WiKID Systems has eliminated the largest aggravations in deploying, managing and using strong authentication. By enabling employee self-service to the fullest extent possible, deploying WiKID Strong Authentication is easy, cost-effective and secure.
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Key Fobs are an expensive hassle!
Key fobs work, but they are expensive and a hassle for end-users and administrators and lack the extensibility required for today's authentication needs.
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The problems with passwords
Passwords are neither secure nor cheap! Passwords are an increasing target for hackers via spyware and keystroke loggers. Corporations are being targeted by hackers intent on blackmail, denial of service, and other attacks. In the meantime, password reset calls are driving helpdesks costs through the roof.
Located in Learn More / Authentication Problems
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