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Angry Birds Sign On with the 10Duke Identity
Bridge service
Rovio, the company behind the wildly popular Angry Birds game, ran into
problems when they started using Google Apps for Work for all of their
employees.
Some of their key teams also need access to Microsoft Project and Office
365 and had to remember two set of usernames and passwords to do their
job. This posed both a potentially security risk and reduced the efficiency of
their teams.
Rovio turned to the 10Duke Identity Bridge service to provide SSO for these
critical employees.

The Challenge

›​
To allow key Rovio employees Single Sign-On to Google Apps for Work,


Microsoft Project and Office 365 applications using their Rovio email address
and password

Industry
Gaming and Entertainment
Challenge
To improve employee access to Google
and Microsoft online applications
Solution components
10Duke Identity Bridge
Delivery timeframe
2 days
Coverage
Finland
Key stats
›​
Improved employee efficiency
›​
Reduced IT support calls
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Increased system security

The Specific Problem
Rovio used Google Apps for Work for all of its employees, all accessed using
Google ID. Some Rovio employees also needed to use Microsoft Project and
Office 365 applications but in order to do so, they had to have a second set
of login credentials. This mean that it was a hassle to jump between the
Google and Microsoft applications and also posed a potential security risk as
Rovio’s IT admin team couldn’t help provision both sets of credentials
centrally.

Website
www.rovio.com

The Solution
Rovio selected the 10Duke Identity Bridge service in order to
provide SSO between the Google and Microsoft applications
suites.

The 10Duke Identity Bridge allows Rovio
employees to focus on creating great games for
our 263 million monthly active users and not
worry about logins and passwords!

The Identity Bridge service effectively ‘translates’ the profile
information of each Rovio employee from their Google ID
and makes it recognisable for Microsoft Project and Office
365 applications. This means that once Rovio employees
signs into their Google account they can then navigate to
their Microsoft Project or Office 365 application and sign in
without the need for entering another email or password.

Jukka Kotilainen, Rovio


Rovio’s IT admin team can also provision user accounts to
both Google and Microsoft centrally, making it easier for
them to provide employee support.

Implementation Method
Rovio’s IT admin team was able to integrate Identity Bridge
by following a simple self-serve process of configuring Azure
AD for federation and then provisioning users in Microsoft
Project and Office 365.

Deployment Model
The 10Duke Identity Bridge service is provided on a SaaS
basis.

Result
Rovio was quickly able to integrate with the 10Duke Identity
Bridge service and make it easier for its employees to access
Google Apps for Work, Microsoft Project and Office 365 using
Single Sign-On. This not only helped to make their product
teams more efficient, but also increase their system security
and reduced internal IT support calls to their IT admin team.

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Increase employee productivity

›​
Reduced IT support calls

›​
Increased system security


About 10Duke

10Duke provides a set of composable services,
delivered as RESTful APIs, that cover capabilities
such as Single Sign-On, federated identity
management, content paywalls and metering,
identity-based licensing, and cloud-based file
management and conversion. 10Duke APIs have
been used to create award-winning online
applications for customers such as Rovio (Angry
Birds), the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP),
the BBC, Trimble, Unilever, Arsenal Football Club,
and Maserati.


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