Linq for Teams now supports SAML Single Sign-On (SSO), giving our enterprise teams an added level of security by having everyone sign in using their preferred SSO provider for their Linq for Teams digital business card account.
If you’re not familiar with the phrase “single sign-on,” you’ve likely seen it before. It often appears at a login screen and instead of entering your username and password (or creating one), you can login with your Google, Facebook, or Apple account, etc.
We integrate with all of the mainstream SSO providers, such as Google, WorkDay, Microsoft Azure, and more. You can see our complete list of integrations here. We also integrate with many of the smaller providers supported by SAML Single Sign-On.
The Benefits of Single Sign-On
There are more perks to adding SAML Single Sign-On to your Linq for Teams digital business card account than just a seamless sign-in process for your team members. For instance, SSO increases employee adoption of Linq electronic business cards. And there’s more:
Choose how your organization uses SSO. Once SSO is enabled, Team Admins can decide if they want to only allow logins via SSO, or if team members will still have the option to use their Linq passcode.
Streamline security. Using a single username and password will lower your risk of exposure to data breaches or phishing attacks, and if your SSO server complies with regulatory standards, that benefit is now extended to your Linq for Teams account.
- Remove Linq access with one click. If your account only allows team members to login via SSO, removing an individual’s Linq access is as simple as one click in your chosen SSO platform (WorkDay, Azure, Rippling, etc.).
How To Set Up Single Sign-On for Your Linq Digital Business Card
The first step is to send us a request! Under your “Organization Detail” page, go to “Manage SAML / Single Sign-On (SSO)” and submit a set-up request.
Once we receive your request, we’ll contact you directly to initiate the integration and set your organization up with SSO.
Before you can configure SSO login for your Linq for Teams digital business card account, two things must be in place:
- You must be the account owner or admin for your organization’s Linq for Teams account.
- You must be an administrator of your SSO provider.
Who Linq Integrates With for Single Sign-On (SSO)
We integrate with the following providers:
- Oracle Cloud
In addition to the providers above, we also integrate with any identity provider that supports SAML, and any identity provider that supports OpenID Connect (OIDC).
Interested in adding a single sign-on to your Linq for Teams account? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, want to learn more about Linq for Teams? Get more information here!
We also recently launched HR Integrations. See who we integrate with and what the benefits of HR Integrations are with a Linq for Teams account.