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As many organizations are discovering, remote working does not just mean providing employees with a laptop and expecting business to continue as usual. Instead, organizations are being confronted with new challenges - everything from Zoom etiquette (yes, your colleagues can tell you are reading Twitter) to their employees doubling as stand-in math teachers.

An important challenge facing organizations now is authentication and authorization. Auth0 knows what it’s like to support a handful, all the way to hundreds, of remote workers. Having the capability and tools to verify that only the right employees are logging on is essential for improving everything from productivity to security.

Auth0 offers free workforce authentication

In addition to the recently announced free tools for startups battling COVID-19, Auth0 is doing more to help organizations reduce the stress of authentication and authorization of remote workers by offering internal employee authentication free until August 31st (up to 500 users).

As long as your admin email domain is the same as your employee domain, you can set up secure, remote logins for your employees and organization. We’ve got a simple and extensible ID Platform that can be adopted easily in hours, not weeks, making it suitable for your workforce and its requirements. As part of this free offer, businesses can take advantage of the following features:

About Auth0

Auth0 is the first identity management platform for application builders, and the only identity solution needed for custom-built applications. With a mission to secure the world’s identities so innovators can innovate, Auth0 provides the simplicity, extensibility, and expertise to scale and protect identities in any application, for any audience. Auth0 secures more than 100 million logins each day, giving enterprises the confidence to deliver trusted and elegant digital experiences to their customers around the world.

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