Friends of SSO
A list of vendors who understand and value the importance of security. These upstanding SaaS apps offer SSO as a standard service, not an opportunity for profit.
Let’s reward companies who truly value security by offering:
SSO in the base paid product, not just Enterprise or higher-tiered subscriptions
Zero “optional fee” for SSO, it’s just included
Brownie points for companies who offer it in their Free versions
- PieSyncAutomationData Integration
All Paid Plans
Free Plansupdated 11/05/19
- PlanGridCollaborationConstruction Managementupdated 10/10/19
- SharefileData StorageFile Sharingupdated 10/10/19
- Split SoftwareDeveloper PlatformTesting and Deliveryupdated 10/10/19
- SpotinstCloud InfrastructureCloud Infrastructureupdated 10/10/19
- Status.ioIT ManagementStatus and Incident Trackingupdated 10/10/19
- SurveyGizmoMarket ResearchSurvey Platformupdated 10/10/19
- TeamSupportCustomer SupportService Desk and Ticketingupdated 10/10/19
- UnbounceMarketingContent Developmentupdated 10/10/19
- VanillaCommunitiesForumupdated 10/10/19
- WeekdoneHuman ResourcesPerformance Managementupdated 10/10/19
- WhiteSource SoftwareDeveloper ToolsOpen Sourceupdated 10/10/19
- WorkableHuman ResourcesRecruitingupdated 10/10/19
- ZynBitAutomationSalesforce Integrationsupdated 10/10/19
Why this is important
Unfortunately, many SaaS vendors charge extra for Single Sign-On (SSO). SSO allows you to outsource identity authentication for a website or product to a third-party provider like Okta, OneLogin, Google, etc. And frankly, charging for this service feels icky.
For most companies this feature is critical for IT, Compliance and Security teams to be able to manage user accounts across the (often) hundreds of SaaS apps in use. It plays a big role in their ability to provision and monitor risk.
Not having SSO in place also encourages bad password behavior which not only threatens the users and their employers, it also poses a threat to the SaaS company themselves… ironic. To charge for SSO reminds us of the days when companies tried to profit off of SSL or encryption support and eventually learned their lesson.