CAS Professional Services
Originally developed by Yale University, Central Authentication Service (CAS) is a single sign-on authentication system for the web. With CAS, users can access multiple password and security credentialed applications after entering only one set of login information.
CampusEAI utilizes CAS as a single sign-on protocol for myCampus Web 2.0 services.
The myCampus CAS Integration provides:
Institutions benefit from CAS in many ways, including:
Can you CAS?
The many applications and backend systems that CampusEAI professional services can provide CASification to include:
How do you CAS?
For further information, members can contact their CampusEAI account manager. Non-members seeking further information can contact Jas Singh at email@example.com.
1The Jasig Central Authentication Service was originally developed by Yale University. It has since become a Jasig project. Since the availability of the Central Authentication Service server implementation and protocol, there have been many client programs developed for "CASifying" applications such that they can use CAS for user authentication. Single sign on is a session/user authentication process that allows a user to provide his or her credentials once in order to access multiple applications. The request to access a web resource is intercepted either by a component in the web server, or by the application itself. Unauthenticated users are diverted to an authentication service and returned only after a successful authentication. For more information, please visit www.jasig.org/cas.