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SSO Services

As the father of Single Sign-On for the IBM i (AS/400) platform, and founder of the IBM Lab Services Security Consulting team, Patrick Botz understands the requirements and nuances of implementing SSO in many different types of business environments — especially those containing IBM i, AIX, Unix and/or Linux systems.

In addition to having exceptional technical depth in password management and biometric techniques, Botz & Associates brings a unique business focus to each of the specialties listed below, ensuring that their proposed technical solutions meet the business need AND make financial sense.

SSO Specialties

    • Password Management

      A free 1-hour consultation helps you determine the best type (not brand!) of SSO for your environment and shows you a vendor-independent way to calculate ROI for different solutions.

    • Biometrics

      Advances in biometrics technology and sensor production have made this once-futuristic method of authentication a cost-effective and practical alternative for many businesses.

    • SSO stat!  Service

      This service eliminates up to 80% of most companies’ password management costs within 1 day – using technology you already own – with positive ROI typically achieved in 4- 12 months.

    • 3-Minute Quiz

      Coming soon!


Free SSO ROI Calculator

Download the Botz SSO ROI Calculator to get a more precise, independent estimate of SSO's payback period and long-term ROI for your organization.

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SSO Podcast with Patrick Townsend

Patrick Townsend of Townsend Security talks with Patrick Botz about how to simplify SSO.

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Botz in the News

Mobile security revolves around protecting an organization’s data
Special Report: Mobile Security
IBM Systems Magazine (November 2012)

How Much Does Password Management Cost You?
MC Press Online (November 2012)

Single Sign-On Service Cuts Costs, Complexity
IT Jungle’s Four Hundred Stuff (Oct 2012)

Botz Implements SSO in One Day
MC Press Online (October 2012)
IBM Systems Magazine (October 2012)