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How Common is MFA?

12th August 2019

Of companies that don’t have MFA, 83 percent are interested in using it, and 65 percent have plans to purchase in the future according to research organised by WatchGuard AuthPoint

There is clear momentum toward MFA solutions such as WatchGuard AuthPoint, even among companies with less than 1,000 employees. 67 percent of companies surveyed currently use some sort of MFA for at least some portion of their user population, and 29 percent do not use MFA at all. 29 percent is a significant number of businesses because it only takes a mistake from one employee to cause a data breach. Also, the 67 percent stat is deceptive, so let’s dig into it.

Here’s what businesses had to say about adopting MFA:

• 61% feel MFA solutions are designed for larger companies
• 24% say MFA is too difficult to maintain and support
• 24% believe MFA is too complex to implement
• 24% think MFA solutions are too expensive
• 22% believe there is inter-company resistance to MFA
• 17% say they JUST DON’T NEED MFA SOLUTIONS

If you would like to find out more about WatchGuard AuthPoint Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), please contact us

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CloudFlow Feature Released – Submit an Idea

4th July 2018

Today we have released the ‘Submit an Idea’ feature into our CloudFlow business management software.
As we have started to gain traction in the small to medium business space, we realise that having an easy way for clients or those trialling the software to submit ideas or request features is necessary.
Users can click on the ‘Submit an Idea’ icon in the top right hand corner of the CloudFlow dashboard. From here they can submit ideas, vote with a +1 for existing ideas and see proposed release dates for approved ideas.
When a user submits a new idea, it goes off to our development and commercial team for moderation. If it’s an idea that we think others will find useful, then we mark it as approved for voting. This enables users from all organisations that use CloudFlow to ‘like’ the idea. The more likes an idea has, the more likely it is that the idea will make it into an update release in the near future.

Outside of the community ideas, organisations can also contact us to discuss custom modules that we can quote to develop for their use only.
We believe that giving our users the possibility to submit ideas and vote on them as a community is something that helps bring our customer base closer together and should help the CloudFlow system mature into a product that’s built on everyone’s ideas.
Outside of the community ideas, organisations can also contact us to discuss custom modules that we can quote to develop for their use only.
If you would like more information regarding CloudFlow, please contact us.