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Posted by DavidHenderson
Henagon

SAML 2.0 for all subscription bands not just enterprise.

Whilst SAML 2.0 and other SSO/Authentication providers seems like an "Enterprise only" solution, its not.

With Active directory federated services being available to all companies that use Windows server and other option such as open source Gluu SAML 2.0 authentication is a key step in ANY buisness securing its users accounts and protecting its identity. we only have 5 licenses but use ADFS with MANY other providers to ensure that when a colleague leaves the buisness there account and all functions, including thoes that reach out to service providers such as yourself, are teminated promptly.

Teamviewer, especially considering the security implications for allowing someone continued remote access to systems if the account is "Forgotten to be disabled" etc...

In a world that is more and more security conciouse, you should not be limiting security benafits to you "Elite" customers. and should be focusing on protecting ALL your customers. 

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Posted by sreichling
Henagon

Re: SAML 2.0 for all subscription bands not just enterprise.

I agree. SAML has really moved down market and is no longer an enterprise-only feature. When evaluating products, SAML support ranks high on our list of requested features. We too not have close to a dozen SAML integrations and we're a small business with less than 100 employees.

I reached out to Teamviewer sales earlier this year and was told I would have to upgrade from Corporate to Tensor at 4x the annual cost.

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Posted by GPARRA
Henagon

Re: SAML 2.0 for all subscription bands not just enterprise.

+1 on this one.

Nowadays SSO is a basic feature not limited to Enterprises, we have 12 channels (far from enterprise) yet we use SSO for every single one of our applications but TeamViewer and the cost to upgrade to enterprise is ridiculous with a bunch of real enterpsise features we do not want or need... SSO needs to be implemented for Corporate subscriptions as well...