Single Sign-On (SSO) is a streamlined alternative to remembering or storing multiple passwords that has been implemented by millions of enterprises and SMBs worldwide. Like two-factor authentication (2FA) and self-service solutions, the advantages of SSO also come with various challenges. These challenges are often identified and addressed prior to implementation. However, without taking the time to research single sign-on best practices, greater challenges are likely surface later on.
In order to accurately assess the benefits of single sign-on, the first and most important part of single sign-on deployment is planning. Like anything you intend to use in order to improve your business, prior planning prevents poor performance. Below is a list of links to some of the best practices for implementing a single sign-on solution.
While these are just a few examples of the best practices associated with single sign-on, the PortalGuard information exchange addresses these topics to help you overcome any existing SSO challenges that you may have, providing you with a dedicated project manager and engineer from the beginning to end. This process ensures that our clients’ have a high level of comfort and understanding of our software.
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