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Your users shouldn't have to break their flow to use Atlassian systems. Needing to log into multiple systems is an obstacle that you can circumvent by using a variety of apps. In addition to the Single Sign On solutions, there are other tools that let you effectively manage your users and their rights.

Recommended apps

KANTEGA SSO

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Supports SAML and Kerberos, fast to setup.

SAML SINGLESIGNON

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Supports the SAML 2.0 standard and many others. Users who are already authenticated can access Confluence directly.

EASY SSO

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SSO solution based on IOPLEX Jespa.

TERMS OF USE

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Make sure your users agree to accept your Terms of Use when using Confluence - or prevent them from accessing the system.

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2-FACTOR AUTH SECURE LOGIN

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Strong and simple 2-factor authentication without integrating external systems.

ENTERPRISE PASSWORD POLICY

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Prevent weak passwords and enforce regular password changes, including notifications for expiring passwords.

Login and Single Sign On

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