Single Sign On (SSO)

Business applications are critical for success of any corporate organization so is the ease to access it. Time spent on registering on in-house portal or signing into application again and again is tedious and time consuming directly challenging the users productivity.

The popularity of social networking sites is revolutionizing the way user access applications and information. Studies show that registration drops off decreases and customer satisfaction increases when users can leverage an established identity from Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn. SSO allows you leverage these and other cloud identity providers to authenticate and connect employees, customers, partners and consumers to cloud-based applications.

  • Increase registration rates
  • Reduce identity management overhead
  • Create a more personalized user experience
  • In Business-to-Consumer Scenarios Users link to their identities from Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social sites to register and access applications.
  • In Business-to-Business Scenarios Users leverage Google Apps and for partner identities and authentication, streamlining access to critical business applications.
  • Step-up Authentication Social identities alone may not be enough to access sensitive data. Users are asked to enter another set of credentials when needed.
  • Complete Token Translation Gather and return all attributes available from the cloud identity provider and translate them into a common format such as SAML or Open Token. No need to learn and support multiple protocols.
  • Identity Menu Builder Create compelling, customized login pages and social network icons, allowing you complete design control and the potential for a cohesive user experience.
  • Support for White and Black Listing Providers configured to allow complete OpenID provider access or configured user experience.
  • Identity-Aware Auditing: Build a complete picture of internal and external user activity. All information across clients and applications can be stored based on the user’s identity. You can quickly report on the “who, what, when and where” for access to an application.
  • Increased registration rates using a convenient and familiar social media login, consumers are more likely to follow through with account registration.
  • Reduced identity management costs by leveraging cloud-based identity providers, enterprises decrease costs associated with managing customer and partner identities.
  • Improved adoption of cloud services with fewer credentials to remember, partners and customers can access cloud services in an instant.
  • A more personal user experience, now enterprises can request additional user data to deliver targeted content.
  • Enterprise Identity Bridge:

    • Cloud Single Sign-on (SSO) & Federated Identity
      Seamless resource access and eliminates password management.
    • Access Policy Management & Adaptive Federation
      Flexible authentication and access policies give users the convenience of a single set of credentials and IT complete control.
    • Automated User Provisioning
      Reduce the risk of unauthorized access and orphaned accounts by leveraging for provisioning users to and from the Cloud.
    • SIEM and Audit Logging
      Address compliance and regulatory requirements through integration with popular SIEM vendors and reporting tools.
    • Microsoft Interoperability
      Helps you integrate your environments, seamlessly integrating with identity solutions like ADFS, Active Directory and WIF. Users can access applications like Office 365, Dynamics and SharePoint with secure SSO.
    • Windows Identity Foundation
      Interoperates with WIF client, enabling integration without any additional configuration or coding. Metadata Exchange applications automatically retrieve metadata, eliminating the need for manual exports. WIF clients and applications developed using Visual Studio can automatically generate bindings based on metadata for easier integration.
    • SharePoint Integration
      Provides seamless access to SharePoint portals for internal and external collaboration.
    • Microsoft Office 365
      Improve user collaboration with secure access to MS Office 365, regardless of user location or device. Users can leverage the interoperability with thick client and thin client versions of MS Office 365 applications.
    • Centralized Security Token Service
      In combination with ADFS and WIF, provides a centralized security token service for heterogeneous environments without compromising cloud SSO or cloud user provisioning capabilities.

ComGuard is the authorized Distributor for Ping identity that addresses the SSO Solution.

Ping identity and access management platform gives enterprise customers and employees one-click access to any application from any device. Over 1,000 companies, including half of the Fortune 100, rely on Ping-Identity’s award-winning products to make the digital world a better experience for hundreds of billions of people.

In 2013, Forbes Magazine named Ping Identity one of America’s Most Promising Companies, recognizing our record growth, product excellence and customer adoption.  Ping Identity is also one of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. ‘’While we’re humbled by this industry recognition, customer response is our greatest measure of success – since 2002 we’ve maintained a 95% customer renewal rate for Ping Identity services, and customer referrals are our leading source of new business’’.

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