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Single Sign-on (SSO) is now available for YPulse business users




Benefits of SSO (Single Sign-On)


  1. Increase security: Single Sign-On decreases the number of credentials required to sign into your company’s different services, thus reducing the security risk of credentials being lost or stolen.
  2. Alleviate password entry fatigue: You won’t have to enter a password every time you want to access YPulse. 
  3. Less password reset requests: Since you won’t need to enter a new password to access YPulse, you won’t be able to forget your password. 
  4.  It’s free! YPulse is offering SSO free of charge as part of your business subscription. 


What is SSO?

Single Sign-On (SSO) describes an identity solution that allows multiple applications to use the same authentication session, thus avoiding repetitive credential entry. SSO implementations are often adopted by companies in the enterprise world as part of their strategy to secure access to important resources. With the advent of cloud computing and the boom of Software as a Service (SaaS), companies all around the world are increasing their focus on access management strategies that can enhance both security and the user experience. Implementing SSO can deliver on both aspects.


How does SSO function?

Single Sign-On (SSO) occurs when a user logs in to one application and is then signed in to other applications automatically, regardless of the platform, technology, or domain the user is using. The user signs in only one time, hence the name of the feature (Single Sign-on).


Example of SSO:

A good example that can help illustrate how SSO works is Google and its different services. For example, when you try to access Gmail without being authenticated, Google redirects you to a central service that is hosted at There, you will see a sign-in form where you will have to input your user credentials. If the authentication process is successful, then Google redirects you to Gmail, where you gain access to your email account. Then, after authenticating through this central service, if you head to another service (like Youtube, for example), you will see that you are automatically signed in.


Are you ready to get set up with SSO for your YPulse subscription?


Please reach out to our SSO implementation team at