By Greg Keller Posted March 3, 2017
True Single Sign-On™ means one identity to access all of your IT resources – even systems and infrastructure – and it’s the key to an agile workforce.
Unfortunately, over the past decade, this has become harder and harder to accomplish. IT organizations are leveraging more types of platform, providers, and protocols within their IT environment.
That puts pressure on an identity and access management solution to accomplish its goal: a single identity to access IT resources.
One Identity To Rule Them All®
On a side note, you also get SSO into your system (Windows, Mac, or Linux), cloud servers regardless of provider (AWS, Google Cloud, etc.), and network resources such as WiFi access. It’s pretty powerful to think that you can now get a single, secure identity to control access to a wide variety of applications, systems, and networks.
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How to Achieve SSO with Applications
Here are some resources to help with your use of our cloud identity management platform. Learn how to:
- Configure SSO with JumpCloud and G Suite
- Configure SSO with JumpCloud and Office 365
- Configure SSO with AWS
- Setup SAML-based SSO for applications
Benefit from True Single Sign-On with Applications
SSO into applications is an important component of any IT organization. The trick is to be able to do that with not only SAML-based applications but also LDAP-based applications. JumpCloud’s cloud-hosted directory service can give you both, along with access to systems and WiFi networks.
Drop us a note to learn more about how True Single Sign-On with applications can help your organization. Also, feel free to sign up for our identity management platform to check it out for yourself. Your first 10 users are free forever.