Make DocuWare support SAML/(Azure) AD/LDAP/SSO in order to be more GDPR compliant
Dutch customers want to have a better and more secure way to login to the DocuWare client. Although DocuWare says it's GDPR compliant, it's the way customers use DocuWare that requires a more secure way of logging in.
SAML/SSO: This way people can use a identity provider instead of local users. Authentication of logging in will be done by de iDP (f.e. Topicus KeyHub).
(Azure) AD/LDAP: This way user sync can be done from 1 central point and then users can be disabled within AD.
Thank you for your idea. We decided to support OpenID Connect, so we are not considering SAML at the moment. If the demand for this topic increases, we might add it to future plans.
Single Sign-On with Azure Active Directory via OpenID Connect is available starting with DocuWare Cloud version 7.3.
Alexander Cadena C commented
Hello Team, I agree with it. It is the time to guarantee this kind of Authentication.
Hello Docuware Team,
SAML is a standard used by thousands of applications worldwide and many companies do not want to use OpenID because of security concerns.
Where is the issue in implementing this? This seems to be a show stopper for my company using Docuware.
Let me know if SAML (OKTA) can be available next 4-5 month
Rudolf Plettenberg commented
Is it possible to force Microsoft-Authentication (and disable native docuware-authentication)?
This way we could force users to 2-Factor Authentication
I see that there is a lot of demand to use SAML in Docuware, is there anything new about it?
we would like to see if we have any plan to develop SAML, as Azure user usually use SAML
Please make this available for on premises as well!
Richard Nunez commented
Implementation on premises is needed as well
François TASSY commented
has it been planned yet ? it's been a year and a half since it was added to your backlog :-(
Steve Max commented
Any update on this function?
Very important for GDPR and general convenience. A must-have.
This is an absolutely necessary and basic feature.
a must have - very important
Not only nice - very urgent regarding GDPR