Introducing Single Sign-On

We’ve just released Intuiface Version 6.7 and the highlight of this release is an IT-pleasing feature, Single Sign-On - aka SSO.


Available for both Composer and all online Intuiface services, Single Sign-On enables teams to use their in-house Identity Provider (IdP) for user authentication. In other words, when you log in, it’s your company’s IdP doing the authentication, not Intuiface.

(I didn’t forget to mention Player. You can’t use SSO with Player because we can’t assume the Player device will permit us access to a browser for SSO authentication. For Player, you have lots of other activation options.)

IT teams love SSO because it means Intuiface won’t be storing account passwords, and access to Intuiface can be controlled through the IdP. From IT’s perspective, the adoption of Single Sign-On leads to fewer areas of vulnerability.

For you techies out there, Intuiface supports any IdP compatible with SAML 2.0. That means pretty much every IdP out there - with one major exception. Intuiface won’t currently support SSO through Google or social media platforms. We need corporate IdPs with specific company email domains.

Perhaps no surprise, Single Sign-On is a feature exclusive to Enterprise-level Intuiface plans. We’ve documented the configuration steps online. We’re ready if you are!