Single Sign-On: What do you do when struggling in the Authentication process?

Single Sign-On is intended to improve enterprise security and efficiency by providing access to applications across all systems, you are in full control of the callback function that gets called every time there is data received from the remote server. As a matter of fact, whether your browser starts prompting you for a username and password depends on the web browser itself.

Critical Services

The modern office is more decentralized than ever before, with IT resources spanning from on-premises to the cloud and back. In short focus on the system components that manage authentication and leave the user management to the application, otherwise, authentication is easily one of the most critical services provided by your network infrastructure.

Scalable Management

Outsourcing identity management in the cloud can help keep applications more secure, to do so, you just configure the delegated login identity for each application to specify which identity should be used when performing single sign-on, equally, boost productivity of your workforce and IT organization by providing seamless, secure access to and scalable management of your apps.

Want to check how your Single Sign-On Processes are performing? You don’t know what you don’t know. Find out with our Single Sign-On Self Assessment Toolkit: