You’re breezing through work and navigate to a software platform you need to use. Then, it hits you – you can’t remember your password. After three failed attempts, you’re forced to verify your email address, create a new password – and wost of all, try to regain focus after five wasted minutes.
Sound familiar? We’ve been there too.
That’s why JazzHR is proud to support single sign-on (SSO) capabilities to simplify users’ password management and create a more secure level of access to JazzHR.
How does it work?
Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication process that enables users to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials.
Identity providers offer user authentication as a service and facilitate SSO from website to website.
JazzHR now supports the ability for users to SSO into JazzHR using identity-provider Okta.
Use another provider besides Okta? JazzHR is also leveraging a custom SAML framework to set up custom integration for other commonly used identity providers (like Azure and Duo).
What’re the benefits?
Single sign-on allows for more than just simplified password management. By enabling single sign-on for users, your team will:
- Utilize consistent access control tools across the organization, and manage/revoke access from a single system of record
- Apply existing security processes (like 2-factor authentication and password rotation) to usage of JazzHR
- Leverage the full feature set of SSO providers like Okta for authentication into JazzHR
- Simplify password management for employees with single sign-on by leveraging a single login across platforms, and access JazzHR faster and more easily
- Reduce IT friction and help desk requests by streamlining credential reauthentication across multiple systems
- Create a secure and reliable integration between JazzHR and your network to improve compliance
How do we get started?
To start using single sign-on with JazzHR today, add SSO to your JazzHR plan today.
Configuring SSO requires advanced setup from your IT team. Direct your internal IT resources to the following Knowledge Base articles:
- Single-Sign-On with Okta
- Single Sign-On with Custom SAML