Single Sign-On (SSO) Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
reviewer1165158 says in a Tools4ever HelloID review
User
The most valuable feature is the option to use SSO from different sources such as Microsoft AD, ADFS, Azure AD, SAML, form-based, etc. Now, users can log in once with their credentials and an MFA. After that, they can SSO login to all of the web-based applications. This solution has a very user-friendly interface. View full review »
reviewer1163388 says in a Tools4ever HelloID review
User at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The thing we like the most is that this software is so easy to use. You don't need to be a specialist in Identity and Access Management solutions to understand the software and configure it. Even if you cannot find a specific setting, you can always call Tools4ever. Their support is great! View full review »
CoFounde2b57 says in a LastPass Enterprise review
Co-Founder at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
The shared folders is an important feature. It's the primary feature we use. Also, the ability for LastPass to autofill and hide the passwords, so we don't have to keep changing passwords every time a person leaves, is valuable. View full review »
Peter-Blom says in a LastPass Enterprise review
Operations Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature for me is being able to pair applications and user permissions. View full review »
WahidAlarasi says in a FortiAuthenticator review
Solutions Architect at Exclusive GRP
Usually, I do an integration with the firewall. I would prefer to do it with FortiGate, but sometimes I need to integrate as a radius client and it depends on which firewall. I prefer FortiGate. Sometimes they'll need to add an SMS as the second factor of the two-factor authentication. But usually, we do it as an unarmed radius FortiGate, or firewall would be for a radius client and radius server. Sometimes clients will ask whether we have integration with a social portal like Facebook, but we don't. View full review »
reviewer1189323 says in a FortiAuthenticator review
Senior Security Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The solution is easy to learn and makes it easy for our users to add FortiToken. It's very easy to integrate if you have other Fortinet devices. View full review »
FrancescoBaraldi says in a FortiAuthenticator review
CEO at Blockness
The solution's most valuable aspect is that it easy to install. The user experience is very good. View full review »
reviewer1188186 says in a Tools4ever HelloID review
User
The most valuable feature of this solution is the ability to use provisioning. In this way, flows can be created where users can ask for access, and other users can approve or deny it. Next, people can ask for temporary access to applications, which is very useful. For example, when giving support and its needed to take a look into the client application. In that case, you only want access for that moment. View full review »
Specsolarch57 says in a Symantec VIP Access Manager review
Specialist Solution Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Some of the features that are the most valuable are both the VPN and the interface. The VPN we are using is good and working quite well. We are in the process of using all of the server access with cloud access. View full review »
reviewer1167474 says in a Tools4ever HelloID review
User
The most valuable features of this solution include the Service Automation with unlimited possibilities such as dynamic forms, approval workflows, extensive roles, and especially little things like being able to transfer your responsibilities to go on holiday without worries. The Single Sign-On capabilities are endless and we haven't found a single app so far that couldn't be set up for SSO. View full review »
Dataeng67 says in a FortiAuthenticator review
Datacenter Engineer at a university with 501-1,000 employees
The feature I value the most is the one-time passwords because it helps to authenticate users so you know the timing of their usage. View full review »
reviewer1096398 says in a FortiAuthenticator review
Network and Security Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The solution is really important to ensure double authentication for the user. For example, if you have an internal messenger and you want to ensure the access externally for users, you can implement the two-factor authentication. Also, for the VPN, you can implement two-factor authentication to avoid any kind of hacks. View full review »
RAMACHANDRAR says in a FortiAuthenticator review
Director - Global Solutions & Customer Service at Bits and Byte IT Consulting
It is cost-effective. The users can be securely managed by adopting it. View full review »
Assistanea19 says in a LastPass Enterprise review
Assistant Director of Technology Support at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the ability to secure, store and easily retrieve passwords. View full review »
Engineere89a says in a LastPass Enterprise review
Engineering at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the liberty of keeping encrypted passwords and elevated information in a sealed vault. View full review »
Eginegine9775 says in an Idaptive review
Engineer
The feature that we find most valuable is the ability to integrate multiple IDs for on-premise Active Directory. View full review »
ManojKumar4 says in an OneLogin review
Regional Operations Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I like the feature with OneLogin where you can create a new role and associate it with the users. It's quite easy and user-friendly. It doesn't take much expertise to do all these things with OneLogin from what I observed. View full review »
Sunil Mathias says in a Red Hat Single Sign On review
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Red Hat SSO has a lot of very concise, well laid out documentation, which is available in the free edition as well. * It is fast and effective. * It is very easy to scale and use as you want. * It provides a single pane of glass if you have deployed it across multiple clusters. * The product keeps to standardized SSO protocols, so it would be easy switch to another SSO, if needed. * It provides good tool tips. * It allows for a lot of customization, such as, federation. * It provides you endpoints as plugins or you can write on your own. * It integrates well with social logins, like Facebook, Yahoo, and Google Identity. View full review »
Privacy9786 says in a LastPass Enterprise review
Founder & CEO: Cybersecurity legal Practice at a legal firm with 1-10 employees
I found the most valuable feature the support of the YubiKey. The capability of utilizing this hardware key was what led me to choose this product over anything else. This ensures that even if my LastPass password is compromised, nobody has access to my password vault. This gives me peace of mind. View full review »
Solution Consultant Manager at sthree
It has an easy log in which we don't need to plug in a password every time. It's easy to use and manage your applications and it doesn't require you to go to the admin to reset your password. View full review »
Paula Byrd says in a Keeper review
IRS Registered e-File Provider / Tax Preparer & Consultant at a consultancy with self employed
File organization with folders/subfolders. We save one folder for each client. This allows us to ensure the data security and easy to locate. Changing or updating information is effective to everyone immediately. No more having to inconvenience anyone! View full review »
Mark Wight says in a LastPass Enterprise review
ICT Manager at Onefortyone
There are some alerting features in it that are quite good, like multifactor authentication. In general, it's a good product. It's rich in features and it does the job. You can invite contractors in and share it both internally and externally with set groups. View full review »
Peter Sallow says in a LoginRadius review
Senior Customer Success Manager at a retailer
Single sign-on and multi-factor authentication: We have implemented both on our customer and employee portal. We can track our customer data in a much better way. View full review »
Steve Danielisz says in a LoginRadius review
Senior Product Development Manager at Golden Dawn at a manufacturing company
I think two-factor authentication and single sign-on will be the highlighted feature that we like as an organization. Apart from this we also like the customer insight feature. View full review »
Armando Casas says in a LoginRadius review
Product Development Manager at a media company with 501-1,000 employees
Social Login and passwordless authentication, as they make it easy for customers to log in to properties, as most of the people prefer social media for login processes. View full review »
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