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AWS goes after the single sign-on market with free cloud service

In a low-key announcement on Thursday that only started making the rounds this morning, Amazon Web Services Inc. introduced a new service to take on Okta Inc. and other established single sign-on providers.  The tool has a fairly straightforward value proposition. Organizations can use AWS SSO to let users access the different assets in their internal cloud environments with a single […] The post AWS goes after the single sign-on market with free cloud service appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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