Single Sign-On (SSO) software enables a seamless login process that involves authentication and authorization to allow a user to access multiple enterprise applications with a single username and password. The SSO service is an important part of Identity and Access Management (IAM), which makes overall password management easier. With the SSO solution, the end-user's time and efforts are saved as they don't need to constantly log in and out separately into a variety of web, on-premises, and cloud apps.
52% of professionals in the IT field are worried about cloud app security. Cloud SSO options enable corporations to deploy SSO in their cloud environment to secure apps like Google Workspace, Office 365, Slack, etc.
56% of enterprises still use On-Premise Legacy applications such as Oracle, SAP, Qlik, and others. With the On-Premise deployment option, enabling SSO login for these apps is seamless, requiring no changes to the existing IT infrastructure.
Secure all your applications and resources with a single SSO solution that supports all standard protocols like SAML, OAuth, JWT, OIDC, and also enables SSO access for in-house custom applications.
With the SSO solution, you can implement password policies like Password length, complexity, restrictions on password reuse, session timeout, etc., to strengthen the security posture.
Enabling SSO authentication allows users to manage individual dashboards and self-reset passwords, which eliminates the necessity for IT support. This helps in reducing IT costs.
miniOrange cloud-based solution and competitive pricing allow you to choose your subscription plan based on current requirements, and then scale as you grow. Tailor your subscription plan to your needs.
miniOrange Single Sign-On solution can work for diverse industries and all company sizes. Marketplaces, Startups, Enterprises, and different kinds of companies from various industries are using our solution to manage customer identities and to provide a better experience to their customers.
Headquartered in Marina Bay Singapore, DBS is a Singaporean multinational banking and financial services corporation. It is the largest bank in Southeast Asia by assets and among the larger banks in Asia.
Senwave is a Malaysian-based company that provides Digital Transformation, Retail ERP, and F&B Ordering solutions to customers worldwide. Its mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to AI and blockchain and deliver IT services.
With its headquarters in Jeddah, Nahdi Medical Company is a leading chain of Saudi retail pharmacies and it is one of the most prevalent and fastest-growing companies in the region.
Established in 1981 by Federal Law, Emirates Transport used the miniOrange On-Premise IdP solution, and they have successfully eased access to their resources and secured their internal users.
The Oberoi hotels and resorts wanted a solution that has easy and secure access to their on-premise and cloud apps using SSO. They also wanted to provide a frictionless and reliable self-service password reset functionality to their employees.
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Firstly the user tries to get access to their desired application/website. These apps/websites are from the Service Provider.
1. The application/website (Service Provider) redirects the SSO request to Identity Provider for authentication.
2. The user tries to sign in with his Identity Provider credentials.
3. Once IDP authentication gets successful, Identity Provider (IDP) sends back the Single Sign-On response to the Service Provider.
4. Getting On the SSO Response, the user is granted access to log in and access the resource or application.
5. Here the user can access all the other apps/websites from the Service Provider which are pre-configured for SSO (Single Sign-On).
An SSO token is a collection of data or information that is passed from one system to another during the Single Sign-On process. The data can simply be a user’s email address and information about which system is sending the token. The certificate that is used for this digital signature is exchanged during the initial configuration process.
Single sign-on (SSO) comes in various forms to cater to different organizational needs. The primary types of SSO are as follows: Web SSO, Enterprise SSO, and Mobile SSO.
SP-initiated Single Sign-On: This is when the user starts to sign in from your application (SP) and is sent to their Identity Provider (IdP) to log in and then redirected back to your application.
IDP-initiated Single Sign-On: The user logins directly to the IdP instead of the applications login Page.
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