Single sign-on (SSO) is a service where a user can log in to one application and be automatically signed in to several other applications. With SSO, a user logs in once and is not prompted to log in again at each of the other applications.
If you have an existing web application and want your members to access your Communifire intranet without explicitly creating a registered account and logging in, then you must use SSO. You can use SSO between domains, when you have different sites in two different sub-domains, but within the same second-level domain.
Communifire has built-in support for several SSO identity providers. Select one of the pages below to read more information and view the setup guide.
Different features are supported for each SSO provider. Use this comparison table to help you choose the right SSO provider for your intranet.
Below are setup time estimates for each SSO provider. The time to set up SSO can vary based on how long it takes to set up internal systems and to provide the Axero team with required information. The total time for setting up SSO may take up to 1-2 business days.
Enable two-factor authentication on your account to add an extra layer of security. With two-factor authorization, intranet admins can rest assured that only your people can access your intranet.
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