Would you like to see SAML 2.0 support within Plato?
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard for logging users into applications based on their session or identity in another context.
Most organizations already know the identity of users because they are logged in to their Active Directory domain or intranet. It makes sense to use this information to log users in to other applications, such as Plato, and one of the more elegant ways of doing this is by using SAML. SAML is very powerful and flexible, but the specification can be quite a handful. The SAML module for Plato would hide much of this complexity and provide settings accessible via the Dashboard to configure & set-up SAML support.
If this feature would be helpful for you, your team or business please up-vote this idea to ensure it's prioritised for a future release of Plato.
If you have your own ideas for how this feature should work we would love to hear. Please post your comments here and we'll happily discuss further. Use the "Login to Comment" or "Add Comment" button in the upper right to post your comments. We look forward to hearing from you.
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