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Passlogix Adds Windows 7 Support to v-GO Single Sign-On

Passlogix®, Inc., announced today that v-GO™ Single Sign-On (v-GO SSO), its market-leading enterprise single sign-on solution, now supports Microsoft Windows 7. v-GO SSO is compatible with both the 32- and 64-bit versions of Microsoft’s newest operating system.

Passlogix’s rapid support of Windows 7 will allow organizations using v-GO SSO for password management to migrate to the new OS as soon as necessary to take advantage of new Windows features that expedite everyday tasks and increase computing performance. It will also enable those enterprises as well as new customers using Windows 7 to eliminate the need for end users to create, remember, input and manage multiple application passwords.

v-GO SSO is one of the most widely adopted enterprise single sign-on solutions in the world and the cornerstone of the v-GO Access Accelerator Suite, an integrated set of solutions for sign-on, authentication and provisioning enablement. The v-GO suite helps organizations improve business productivity, strengthen information security and regulatory compliance readiness, and streamline identity management deployments.

v-GO SSO allows users to access any Windows, mainframe or Web application with a single Windows logon by automating username and password entry for each account. Remote, mobile and temporary users – including off-site employees and affiliates such as third-party partners or contractors – can have the same single sign-on advantages with v-GO On Demand, a companion solution that can be accessed with a click from a corporate Web page without software installation on end users’ computers.

Other solutions in the v-GO Access Accelerator Suite automate user sign-on and sign-off of kiosk sessions; securely manage shared passwords for administrators and others who must share account IDs; enable strong authentication to applications, desktops and networks without expensive custom integration; pre-load user IDs and passwords to the v-GO repository for easy provisioning; and automate resets of Windows logon passwords.

The solution scales to tens of thousands of users, enables wizard-based integration that eliminates the need to write scripts or connectors even to homegrown or legacy applications, and installs on existing servers without adding dedicated or proprietary hardware. These features lower the total cost of ownership and allow organizations to receive rapid payback on their investment.

In addition to Windows 7, v-GO SSO is also compatible with Windows XP Professional (SP2), Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista Business Edition.

About Passlogix

Passlogix, Inc., is the developer of the v-GO Access Accelerator Suite, the leading solution set for speeding user access to applications throughout the extended enterprise by eliminating critical pain points in sign-on, provisioning and authentication processes. With more than 15 million licenses sold, the v-GO suite improves business efficiency, strengthens security and compliance, and dramatically reduces IDM system deployment times. The company's patented technology - launched in 1996 with the market's first usable enterprise single sign-on solution - shortens implementation and payback cycles by adapting to any existing infrastructure without the need for custom coding or replacing legacy hardware or software. Passlogix is headquartered in New York City with offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom, France and Asia. For more information, visit www.passlogix.com

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