Passwords are the most common authentication measures taken by the enterprises, yet passwords are easily hackable and notoriously insecure.
Some SSO are self-serviceable, others require consultants. Let’s talk about the Self-Service feature of a Single Sign-On today.
Cloud-based SSO can be accessed from anywhere via internet connection. Everything is moving on cloud and a cloud-based Single-Sign On solution is no more an option but the need of the hour.
What will be your selection criteria so that you get the best one to suit the needs of your organization?
You can use the QuickLaunch Identity Platform to achieve Single Sign-on in just a matter of few clicks.
Keep an eye on the support for multiple applications that your Identity platform would go a long way in making the most appropriate choice of tool for your organization.
Single Sign-On (also known as SSO) helps a user gain access to multiple applications through an authentication process that uses just 1 set of credentials. It enables single-click access to a whole lot of applications.