Cloud adoption promises the benefit of increased flexibility, agility, and significant cost savings, so migrating more and more applications including business-critical applications to the cloud is becoming a growing priority for companies of all sizes. Although many enterprises adopt new applications on a regular basis, few have real-world experience in securely adopting or using cloud services.
Oracle gives you more options for where and how you make your journey to the cloud. You can use existing skillsets across technology stacks, run both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads, and connect third-party apps with those from Oracle.
Single Sign On is not a new concept and has more or less been rolled out in almost every organization. It has given organizations several benefits:
- Improved user experience as users only have to sign in once and remember a single password.
- Significant reduction in Help Desk costs related to password reset. Gartner estimated that 20-30% of all help desk calls are password reset related.
- Streamlined compliance requirements by providing a centralized audit trail on who accessed what, when and from where.
- Strengthened security and simplified the employee exit process by providing a single central point to disable a users access to all applications.
Centralized Identity as a Service (IDaaS) simplifies access to enterprise information resources and enables administrators to easily audit which users can access which resources at which times.
Oracle Identity Cloud Service enables employees, customers, and partners to access all of their applications seamlessly using a single authentication. Standards-based using SAML, OAuth and secure password vaulting; IDCS is pre-integrated with all the apps you use and easy to integrate with new apps.
Join us on this webcast and find out how you can conveniently move your SSO workloads away from on-premises servers and into Oracle Cloud.