App Solutions Comparison: Single-Sign-On Password Sync vs. AuthMagic for Google Apps

A Google Apps Solutions Comparison:

Password sync for Google Apps has been a long standing issue for Google’s otherwise comprehensive business suite. With the release of AuthMagic for Google Apps, we took a step forward and produced an in-depth examination of our two password sync options: Web Single Sign-On for Google Apps with Password Sync and AuthMagic for Google Apps.

SADA has worked with businesses large and small in the past and understand that different companies have different needs in terms of capabilities and customization options. It’s important to evaluate your own businesses’ needs and understand our tools capabilities in order to fully take advantage of its offerings. A brief comparison:

 

Feature Single Sign-On for Google Apps with Password Sync AuthMagic for Google Apps
Microsoft Active Directory Password Sync Yes Yes
Non-AD / LDAP Compliant Password Sync Yes No
Custom Branded Login Page Yes No
One Set of Credentials to Remember Yes Yes
Multi-domain login support Yes Yes, with multiple instances
IMAP Compatible Yes Yes
Mobile Apps Compatible Yes Yes
Google Talk
Compatible
Yes Yes
User login prevention on suspension in directory (AD or LDAP) Immediate Manual
AD password change triggers password update in Google Apps No Yes


To learn more about our password sync for Google Apps options, read our detailed Google Apps Solutions Comparison: Single-Sign-On Password Sync vs. AuthMagic for Google Apps at CloudToolKit.com.

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