Single sign-on (SSO) is one of the most requested features from our users at large organizations, and for good reason — it can be really beneficial for businesses. That’s why we’re excited to announce that SSO is now available in Prezi! You can sign in to Prezi using services that support SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language), such as Okta, OneLogin, G Suite, and more.
Take advantage of SSO in your organization to:
- Minimize password fatigue. Reusing the same password for multiple sites puts your data security at risk. But it’s also unreasonable to ask users to remember dozens of unique (and secure) passwords, which is where SSO comes in — users only need to remember one master password, and everything else is stored on the platform.
- Create stronger passwords. Never use “password” as your password again. SSO will allow you to generate randomized and highly secure passwords for every site.
- Improve productivity. The less time you have to spend slogging through password reset processes, the better. The convenience of SSO will save both your time and your sanity. Plus, you’ll free up time for your IT team to focus on actual issues instead of yet another forgotten password.
Configure SSO for your team and they’ll be able to sign in by authenticating through your SSO application portal or directly from the Prezi login screen. You’ll also have the option to require authentication by SSO only.
Here’s a quick look at enabling SSO in Prezi:
If you’re on a Teams license, learn more about using SSO in Prezi. If you’re not on a Teams account yet, click here to learn more about the benefits of upgrading.