Students Staff

September 26, 2018

Log in less often with Single Sign-On!

Filed under: News — Dan Jolly @ 11:08 am

We’ve enabled more of our services to use Single Sign-On, which means you have to log in less often.

What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?

SSO provides a central point of authentication, which means you can access online services without having to sign in to them separately. Sign on once, access many.

For example, if you sign in to an SSO enabled service, like Moodle, then go to another service like Webmail, you won’t have to enter your username and password again – SSO signs you in automatically.

SSO is now enabled on lots of our online services, such as Moodle, FASER, Lynda.com, Webmail and many others – wherever you see this sign in page:

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