What is Single Sign On and how does it work?

Single Sign On is an authentication method that allows users to sign in to multiple independent software systems with a single set of credentials. By using SSO, a user does not need to log in to every application they use. With SSO, users can access all necessary applications without having to authenticate with different credentials.

Using SSO via Azure AD not only offers you the possibility to access the Officebooking app without additional login details, but also offers the possibility to provide personal data, such as default language and location. A user no longer has to set this himself in the app.

If a new employee is hired or someone leaves, with Single Sign On all user accounts and status are synchronized.

If you want to know more, read the extensive documentation from Microsoft.

Also read our guide to installing SSO in Azure AD or with Google Workspace.

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