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Wednesday 27 February 2019, 4pm GMT

Preserving user privacy and protecting online content

Do you have concerns about user privacy when accessing online content?
Have you experienced piracy and breach of licence agreement?  

Join our webinar with product manager Adam Snook to find out more about federated single sign-on, how it helps preserve user privacy whilst protecting online content, and why IP-based authentication is failing to provide a consistent user experience.  

What we’ll cover  

  1. What is federated single sign-on? 
  2. How can it preserve user privacy? 
  3. How can it protect valuable subscribed content? 
  4. What is the future of access to online information? 
  5. More information and next steps
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Thursday 28 February 2019, 4pm GMT

OpenAthens Software Demo

Join James Edwards on his regular open-demo webinar and tour through the key features of OpenAthens.

Useful to all organizations considering identity management and single sign-on.

Unable to attend this live webinar?
Still register and we will send you a follow up email containing a link to the recording of the webinar afterwards.

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Tuesday 9 April, 4pm BST / 11am EDT

Introducing OpenAthens for content providers

Join our technical solutions expert Jake Wiles and international sales manager, Kieran Prince to find out how OpenAthens can support secure access to your online content.  

Benefits include: 

  • Access to a world-wide customer base 
  • Increased user engagement with content 
  • Insights into user behaviour 
  • Ensures user privacy whilst protecting your content 
  • Reduce costs on developers and ongoing maintenance 

Provide a service to US-based customers? We’re now sponsored partners of the InCommon Federation and have partnered with GALILEO virtual library to provide access for around 2,000 libraries in the state of Georgia, US. 

Unable to attend this live webinar? 
Register for the webinar and we’ll send you a link to the webinar recording.

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