Back in 2015 when SSO was enabled in Creative Cloud for Enterprise, SSO via SAML was an enterprise feature. We are a small business with less than 100 employees and SSO/SAML support is one of the first questions we ask a vendor when evaluating a product. This feature has really moved down market and Adobe should enable SSO/SAML ID Federation in Creative Cloud for Teams.
For organizations such as yours, Creative Cloud for enterprise is also offered via the Value Incentive Program (VIP). In addition to SSO there are more features geared towards medium to large enterprises. Talk to your Adobe sales rep and see if it's worthwhile for you to upgrade from a Teams plan to Enterprise plan.
If required, we can ask someone from the sales team to reach out and explain the advantages for an enterprise plan, so that you can make an informed decision. Let us know.
I'll also pass your request on to the product team.
We have talked with our reseller about moving to Enterprise but it is cost-prohibitive to gain the one feature we want.
Thank you for the reply and for passing the suggestion to the product team.
+1 on SSO for Teams. This is a necessary feature - even for small businesses that need to enforce policy across multiple vendors. This adds another item to be completed on all our checklists and procedures regarding user authentication.
I agree. Adobe should inherit SSO for its SMB customers. We use SSO for everything throughout our org (even websites that we're actively working on) as an easy and secure way of accessing tools, information, branding, et cetera.
+1 here as well, this is ridiculous. With security being so much in the forefront it makes no sense to force SMB's to pay way more to license enterprise just to get at a federated identity.
On the back end the whole this is automated - you upload a certificate, you enable it, done - it's a few clicks. This is essentially a paywall.
Slack at least gives you the option in the plus tier rather than going full on enterprise...as do many other apps...
I also agree as a SME we enable SSO on every application we can to streamline efficences and security but then you hit issues like this where you need the Enterprise Tier to enable SSO. It is always cost prohibative and incredibly frustrating especially now most SME's use the likes of GSuite or Azure AD and therefore SSO is available for them to configure.