Opinion: Why the death of the password is upon us
Technology has afforded consumers terrific conveniences, and with that, consumer patience has gradually dwindled. We now expect frictionless, real-time access to information, applications and networks. In light of the emphasis on convenience and the consumer experience, the traditional password is losing its foothold as the standard in authentication.
Consumers no longer have the patience to fill out lengthy registration forms, or the free brain space to remember dozens upon dozens of usernames and...