Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication and authorization process that allows a user to use one set of login credentials (username and password) to access multiple applications. With SSO end-users time and efforts get minimized as they don't need to constantly sign in and out separately into the multiple applications. Single Sign-On (SSO) helps users and organizations with the challenge of maintaining the different credentials for different applications separately which streamlines the process of signing on without the need to re-enter the password. SSO is one of the pivotal aspects for many of the Identity and Access management (IAM) and cloud security control solutions. Single Sign-On (SSO) implemented perfectly helps in improving productivity, management, and security reducing the risk of lost, weak, or forgotten passwords.
In IdP Initiated Single Sign-On (SSO), the login request is initiated from Identity Provider (e.g Okta, OneLogin, or Microsoft Azure Active Directory). Enduser first authenticates through IdP Login Credentials. Once authentication is successful, the end-user will be redirected to the targeted application account via the end-user dashboard.
In SP Initiated Single Sign-On (SSO), a login request is initiated from the application end. A user tries to access their account by signing in using the application, which will redirect to their IdP login page. Once users successfully login into their IdP they will be directly logged in to their application.
miniOrange as an SSO provider supports a wide network of 5000+ pre-built integrations that will help your organization securely adopt and deploy Single Sign-On (SSO) to the cloud-based and On-Premise apps without individually maintaining the integrations. With pre-integrated SSO it gets even easier for enterprises to quickly search, add and distribute user access to the enterprise apps.
Business to Business (B2B) SSO offers your employees and business partner’s employees a secure SSO login experience for accessing targeted applications using single user credentials. Our Enterprise SSO solution supports almost all common enterprise federation scenarios such as Active Directory, Lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP), OAuth/OpenID Connect, or Security assertion markup language (SAML). With B2B Single Sign-On your partners and enterprise customers can securely log in with their preferred enterprise identity technologies.
For Business to Consumer (B2C) scenarios, Single Sign-On helps users by providing secure access to their apps/service through popular social Identity Providers (IDP) such as Google, Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, Pinterest etc instead of creating another account. miniOrange also has a different set of SSO plugins for WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and Shopify. With these easily configurable SSO plugins you can Single Sign-On into any of these websites using your existing IDP Credentials.
With Single Sign-On (SSO) solution once you enter login credentials, you will land up to one single dashboard to access all configured applications within the cloud or on-premise – via desktops, smartphones, and tablets. Single Sign-On lets users customize their self-service dashboard to hunt out their most-used apps quickly and stay productive while on the go.
As User identity is securely stored, so while implementing Single Sign-On it reduces the number of passwords and improves employee productivity through reduced logins and password resets. Adding Multi-Factor Authentication MFA over this you can also go with Passwordless Login.
We provide Customized SSO Login Page which allow users to easily register, login and edit their self-service portal according to their need and requirements.
Wherever your user resides - Germany, Spain, France or China miniOrange Single Sign-On solution portal has Multi-language support, which allows users to manage their portal language accordingly for improved user experience.
Single Sign-On allows end-users to login into their applications/ websites using their Social Identity Provider (IDP) credentials -Facebook, Google+, Linked In, and Twitter. This formalizes the user access experience by removing the need to create and remember a new password.
SSO allows Multiple logins to a similar sort of application. Whether you have multiple WordPress sites or two Microsoft accounts, miniOrange makes them available with one-click access using a single password. If you've different staging and production environments, here multiple login SSO functionality may be a real booster for your organization.
In some cases, there arises a situation where applications don’t support multiple users at the same time. Here miniOrange Single Sign-On (SSO allows you to easily share access among multiple users without providing dedicated user credentials to each user.
In Desktop Single Sign-On, users automatically get authenticated by miniOrange when they first sign in to their Desktop (Windows Network). With this users can access multiple applications without maintaining separate credentials for each application they access through miniOrange. Desktop SSO improves the user experience which indirectly helps in improving productivity.
Adaptive security options by miniOrange trace user behavior and prompts for SSO security based on Individual - IP, Geo-Location, and Time. Once a user surpasses these factors he gets secure access to all the configured applications with a single click. The individual doesn't need to repeat this until he outclasses the restricted factors mentioned by the admin.
“Never Trust, Always verify” miniOrange offers you to keep your data safe and secure with Zero Trust. This implementation ensures users have the right access to the right resources based on their roles. Which protects from security threats such as malware, credential theft, phishing, remote access, and device security (BYOD).
When you are with miniOrange Single Sign-On (SSO), we have a special provision to make different access policies for individual applications. Alongside this, you can enable/enforce different access policies for various user and user groups accordingly.
We have special privileges for IT Admin which help him to land up to one concise place where he can monitor, manage, and secure user identity and access (internal employees or external partners).
It’s difficult to stay tuned around user access and permissions when you have a broad reach of user categories. With the miniOrange SSO solution, you can get real-time data reports so that IT admin can troubleshoot and address Single Sign-On (SSO) issues immediately. SSO also helps to use pre-built reporting to get a deeper understanding of how your end-users access apps and whether if you have potential security risks.
SSO is an Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication service that allows apps (even third-party) to confirm user identity. Identity standards like SAML, OAuth, and OpenID Connect allow encrypted tokens to be transmitted securely between the server and the apps to ensure that a user has already been authenticated and has rights to access the apps.
An Identity Provider provides authentication services to relying applications. With the IDP, you can implement Single Sign-On (SSO) to authenticate users and get access to other websites/applications. miniOrange as an Identity Provider provides a centralized system that manages and synchronizes users' identities with high flexibility that fits in any use case and workflow. miniOrange IDP is designed as a unified platform that fulfills all Identity and Access Management (IAM) as all in one feature.
A cloud-based platform mostly utilizes virtual technology to host a company’s applications offsite. With Cloud SSO security capital expenses get reduced, data can be synced up regularly, and organizations only have to pay for the resources they use. Cloud SSO Solution fits in best for organizations that have plans around aggressive expansion on a global basis. Contrary to this cloud services are more appealing because it allows you to connect with customers, partners, and other businesses anywhere, anytime with minimal effort.
If you are looking to deploy resources in-house / within your self-owned IT infrastructure? Ready to take responsibility for maintaining and managing technical stuff then you can go with On-premise Hosting. Usually, Companies with extra privacy concerns are more likely to go with on-premise Single Sign-On (SSO) hosting because of security reasons, despite some of its drawbacks like - pricing and heavy Infrastructure maintenance.