Single sign-on (SSO) is an identification scheme that allows users to access multiple applications and websites with one set of login credentials. If your organization has implemented SSO, you can now leverage that investment and enable your content contributor and authenticated users to access CommonSpot or any site managed by CommonSpot securely and with the same single password as they use to access other systems.
CommonSpot 10.8 supports using one of the following three 3 Identity Providers:
- AWS SSO
Within a multi-site CommonSpot environment, Single Sign-on access can be setup once and inherited by multiple sites using the same customer key, or each site may have its own configuration.
For a more detailed look at CommonSpot's SAML integration please see this Knowledge Base Article.
In addition to adding built-in Single-Sign-on capabilities, CommonSpot 10.8 improves memory efficiency and the end-user experience for installations with more than one CommonSpot sites.