Compare SecurEnvoy SecurAccess vs. Starling Two-Factor Authentication

SecurEnvoy SecurAccess is ranked 20th in Authentication Systems while Starling Two-Factor Authentication is ranked 47th in Authentication Systems. SecurEnvoy SecurAccess is rated 0, while Starling Two-Factor Authentication is rated 0. On the other hand, SecurEnvoy SecurAccess is most compared with Duo Security, Yubico YubiKey and RSA Authentication Manager, whereas Starling Two-Factor Authentication is most compared with .
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Overview
SecurAccess is a mobile phone-based tokenless Two-Factor Authentication for VPN, SSL, Remote Desktop, WiFi, Web Portals and Laptop Encryption. SecurAccess can be implemented as an on-premise software solution or hosted as part of a managed service.

With Starling Two-Factor Authentication, a SaaS-based solution, you can secure your organization and keep users productive. It solves the password problem without the capital costs or increased infrastructure management often incurred with traditional on-premises solutions.

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Primagas, Invensys, Gasa, Dutch Council, T-Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, Save The Children, Suzuki, ERNI Consulting AG, United News Network, Locktons International, Northumbrian Water, PHS, Swiss Cloud Computing AG
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