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Using SSO

Single Sign On (SSO) is a common enterprise software feature. SSO allows enterprise organization to secure access to disparate applications via a single Identity Provider (IdP), such as Okta or Microsoft Active Directory (AD), among others.

With SSO, users do not have to manage different passwords and can use a single set of credentials to access the different applications made available within their organization.

SSO also makes provisioning of access requests to members of an organization easier from an IT perspective. Administrators simply manage permissions in the SSO platform of choice. These permissions can then be made available to applications via the authentication flow.