What is Single Sign On Authentication?

In the most rudimentary explanation, Single Sign-On authentication allows a single user to access multiple applications using the same credentials. Single Sign-On is also commonly referred as "SSO". SSO is commonly used in Enterprise level systems which require access to multiple applications within the same Local Area Network, which is now expanded to include Wide Area Network.[..]

Privacy and Security issues with Big Data and Cloud

Several organizations deal with a large amount of data on a daily basis. Such organizations constantly look for solutions to optimize the storing of such huge data. Along with storing another concern is to analyze a huge volume of data. This together with the scalability of infrastructure and a budget-friendly solution is something that organizations look for.[..]