Single Sign On

Multi-Factor Authentication

What is SSO / Multi-Factor Authentication?

SSO (Single Sign-On), or Multi-Factor Authentication, is an integrated authentication feature that allows use of various resources with just one-time authentication.

In the existing environment, users should log in to the computer at the company, log in to applications such as groupware, log in to the application installed on another server, and then log in to a web service such as Cloud Office.

With multi-factor authentication, users can use all resources with just a one-time login in a secure way. For the administrator, it is more convenient to set the privilege by service or change the authentication policy, providing the management cost-saving effect.