Read Reviews of the Top Single Sign-On Solutions
What Is Single Sign-On?
Single Sign-On software helps users to better manage security by allowing users to sign into multiple applications or databases with a single set of account details. This is extremely useful for businesses and users who increasingly using multiple cloud based SaaS applications. It means that users can have access to multiple accounts, without needing multiple logins, or compromising security.
It also reduces the burden on IT departments, as it allows IT administrations a centralized management console to control user access. This means that solutions can offer dashboards for to easily control user privileges and passwords. Single Sign-On ensures a high level of security, as target applications and systems still maintain their own account credentials, but single sign-on means that users can access them from one secure account.
The key features of a Single Sign-On solution are to allow users access to multiple applications through one sign in portal, automate the authentication process, centralize authentication across all applications, and provide secure access to applications and data.
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AWS Single Sign-On
AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) is a cloud SSO service that makes it easy to centrally manage SSO access to multiple AWS accounts and business applications. More information...
The Entrust GetAccess solution can provide a rich, consolidated platform for securing the information and digital identities of your customers, partners and employees who access your Web portal. More information...
Idaptive Single Sign-on
Single sign-on (SSO) from Idaptive intelligently enables secure access to thousands of cloud, mobile and on-premises applications from a single identity infrastructure. More information...
LastPass For Business SSO
LastPass protects every access point through an all-in-one password manager and single sign-on solution. More information...
OneLogin Secure Single Sign-On
With OneLogin's single sign-on portal users only have to enter one set of credentials to access their web apps in the cloud and behind the firewall – via desktops, smartphones and tablets. More information...