Passwords are annoying. Resetting one in the midst of a crisis is particularly frustrating. But that's exactly what many corporate managers need to do before finding out if any of their employees are impacted.

IJet International on Jan. 1 will offer single sign-on to its systems using credentials that clients store themselves. Part of the travel risk management provider's technology overhaul, it means users will be authenticated by their corporate systems rather than each iJet application. Users logged into their corporate applications need not log in again when accessing an iJet application.

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