Chicago, IL – May 24th, 2017 – Cowley Community College, located in Arkansas City, Kansas, USA, is recognized as a premier community college and vocational technical college, offering a top-notch, quality education since 1922. They have used QuickLaunch Single Sign-On for a long time to provide seamless application accessibility to their students.

They launched QuickLaunch Password Manager with adaptive multi-factor authentication on May 24th 2017 to secure user access to sensitive information from multiple devices and locations. With QuickLaunch, Cowley County Community College could achieve the following:

  • img Enable role-based multi-factor authentication for students, faculty and staff
  • imgEnable detection based on geo-fence location, device, browser etc.
  • imgPush authentication notifications to the users’ mobile devices
  • imgAllow end-users to recover password through challenge questions, email address and phone etc.
  • imgGet focused reports for accounts configured with Multi-Factor Authentication

In the words of Shae Nichols, Systems and Network Administrator from Cowley Community College, “QuickLaunch has a deep understanding of authentication procedures and will try to make everything work in your environment. I would like to recommend QuickLaunch as their team is responsive and very quick to take action, troubleshoot and provide the right information when needed.”

About Cowley Community College:

Since its inception, Cowley Community College has focused on learning excellence and personal enrichment for every student. Their commitment to each student's success in their chosen field is the force that has endured for so long and still seem to ignite with the same passion. Cowley Community College offer services which promote high-quality and healthy student life and motivates them to participate in humanitarian services and beautification projects.

About QuickLaunch SSO

QuickLaunch is a cloud-based, self-service Identity as a Service (IDaaS) application integration platform that helps institutions to integrate their apps irrespective of their integration protocol e.g. LDAP integrated apps, secure web authentication, CAS/SAML/OAUTH enabled apps.