In the recent years IamIP has attracted multiple Enterprise customers and our solution supports hundreds of users in a single corporate license. But one of the problems is that each team member needs to set and remember their password and for every app this becomes a huge burden. Another problem for companies is that usernames and passwords are the main target of cybercriminals. Every time a user logs in to a new application, it’s an opportunity for hackers.
Therefore our CPO, Viktor Rudolf and CTO, Wojciech Nowicki decided to solve this by this new feature “Single Sign-On”.
“Integration with Microsoft Azure Directory SSO it’s a milestone in our platform development and important security feature. It shows that IamIP is a modern platform which can meet many user expectations. This integration allows businesses using MS in their organisations to include IamIP in their internal security policies. Of course, users now got the convenience of not having to remember an extra password.” says Wojciech Nowicki
By offering this feature, our customers can be more secure and compliance, improve the usability and employer satisfaction and lower their IT cost.
The benefits for our users:
- Using SSO you no longer have to set, remember and manage all your team member’s passwords for IamIP. Instead you can easily login using the same username and password that is used for Microsoft.
- After enabling SSO, with a couple of clicks, team members are authenticated and able to get on with the job. SSO will be a dream come true for IT managers in larger organisations. No longer will they have to manage individual logins, which will be a huge time saver.
- In addition, SSO’s user authentication process helps with security risk, by providing control over who accesses your IamIP data.
- By setting up SSO with IamIP, your team can use the same login credentials they use for all your internal systems.
“I have talked to our customers that are now using the new “Single Sign-On” feature on IamIP and they can really see the benefits such a feature have created but as well that they now can fulfill IT requirements without being worried that proprietary information could leak out” says Viktor Rudolf. CPO