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Kunal Sathe
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Joined: Apr 08, 2005
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Hello Folks,

Our organization recently acquired a web application that uses Ping Federate to implement Single Sign On.

Since Ping Federate is licensed, we are looking for less expensive alternatives.

Here are a couple of related questions

Has anyone used CAS to implement Single Sign On ?

Can it provide Single Sign On across multiple networks ?

Is it as secure as Ping Federate ?

Any information would be really appreciated.

Thanks,
Kunal


 
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