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Single Sign On (SSO)?

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What is SSO?

by RonCloudGeek In reply to Single Sign On (SSO)?

Single Sign On (SSO) spares you the inconvenience of giving accreditations to access locales.

It's truly irritating when you need to type passwords on various occasions. Indeed, you could utilize a password manager, however, a large number of us don't trust password managers even for less significant passwords. All things considered, if a password manager gets hacked, every one of your passwords are uncovered, and this could prompt damnation. Significantly more, I surmise numerous clients aren't even mindful password managers exist.

Put basically, SSO is an innovation that enables you to sign in once and access all systems and networks without the need to give credentials to every one of them.

You ought to have seen the "Sign in with Facebook" catch on certain destinations. With your Facebook login, you would now be able to make a record or sign in to numerous destinations without setting up various usernames and passwords for every one of these locales. This is one case of SSO.

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Ron

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What is Single Sign On?

by Abeer Gauher In reply to Single Sign On (SSO)?

Single Sign On (SSO) is closely related with Cloud Technology. It enables a user to use one account credentials for accessing content in other services as well. This saves the user the hassle to create multiple accounts and remember their username and passwords. Additionally, it also saves from managing databases for usernames and passwords.
An example for SSO is when one visits other websites and is given the option to sign in with either a Facebook or Google account.

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