Single Sign-on (SSO)

Enabling the Single Sign-on (SSO) feature will allow your website to authenticate visitors through a third-party sign-on service (such as Microsoft or Google). SSO is ideal for situations where an organisation might want to retain its archive for selective access only, perhaps for members only, or where public access is not appropriate.

In addition, SSO could be used to protect your archive, offering an additional level of security where archive material is of a sensitive nature, allowing access to select individuals only, such as members of your marketing department or internal archivists.