An overview of use cases for mobile Single Sign-on using OpenID Connect.
Use cases for web Single Sign-On and how to maximize user experience.
Learn how you can allow the client to manage Single Sign-On prompts based on the duration of sessions or OpenID Connect parameters.
Typical Single Sign-On use cases for applications and clients, and the benefits of having a differentiated approach.
Examples of how you can adjust the Single Sign-On behavior depending on the authentication methods used.
Implementing Single Sign-On for mobile apps: options and examples.
An example of the general process of implementing Single Sign-On for a web client.
Learn what the Single Sign-On session is and which essential points to consider when designing your SSO solution.
What is Single Sign-On, and how can you use the Neo-Security Architecture to benefit your SSO solution.
Single Sign-On (SSO), is an authentication process that allows users to log in to one domain and thereby be provided with access to several independent systems without further action. The user identity is maintained across the system and the user is assigned roles and permissions according to the different system settings.