@copygirl I can somewhat understand it though. Having multiple login services that need to be maintained within a company can be a risk. A security issue addressed in one of them may not have been addressed in the other system. Similarly, certain components such as 2-factor-authentication, but also plain login, require resources that you would rather not duplicate (in case of sms services), extra servers, databases.
From a business standpoint performing this action makes total sense.
Absolutely not a potato. 8uurg is pretty much my username everywhere.
Generally write software.
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