With this property a user logs in once and gains access to all systems without being prompted to log in again at each of them.
Passwords are the most common form of authentication used in the world today. Unfortunately, passwords are also the weakest form of authentication and the most cumbersome to maintain. Identity Automation (formerly 2FA) ONEs SSO functionality removes the need to repeatedly type or manage usernames and passwords. Users typically manage ten or more application passwords and have to enter each countless times throughout the day. By implementing Identity Automation ONE SSO, users only need to sign in once and Identity Automation ONE does the rest! This streamlines workflows and drives adoption of line of business applications.
On average Identity Automation ONE SSO will save your users 15 minutes per day by streamlining sign-on and access to critical information. The solution is proven in hundreds of organizations and thousands of applications around the world.
The solution was designed to work with all modern applications. Integrated application profiling enables users and administrators to quickly build an application profile using drag and drop field identification or by capturing keystrokes. Once an application template is created it is synchronized with Identity Automation ONE Server where provisioning policy can be applied for assignment to other users.
Identity Automation ONE SSO works seamlessly with Windows logon, desktop applications, browser-based applications, and within virtual environments.
As opposed to traditional SSO applications, Identity Automation ONEs SSO functionality was built upon Identity Automation ONEs authentication platform, resulting is robust strong and two-factor authentication policy being applied at the SSO level. Organizations can now apply robust policy to specific applications, such as requiring a user to logon to Windows with a specific form of strong or two-factor authentication or SSO will not function.
Identity Automation ONEs SSO functions the same on Windows desktops, virtual desktops, and within Identity Automation ONEs Shared Workstation.