Log in to the CMP
You can log in to the DoiT International Cloud Management Platform (CMP) using one of the methods detailed below.
To log in, visit the log-in screen:
Use an existing Google Workspace account
Select the SIGN IN WITH GOOGLE button and follow your organization's Single Sign-On (SSO) instructions to log in.
If your organization uses Google Workspace, we recommend that your staff members use this log-in method.
By default, administrator permission isn't required to log in to the CMP for the first time on behalf of your organization (unless Google Workspace has been explicitly configured that way by an administrator).
Use an existing Microsoft Office 365 account
Select the SIGN IN WITH MICROSOFT button and follow your organization's Single Sign-On (SSO) instructions to log in.
If your organization uses Microsoft Office 365, we recommend that your staff members use this log-in method.
However, to set up access, a Microsoft Office 365 administrator must first log and grant the CMP permission to read user information for your organization.
Use an email address and password
If you already have a CMP account, enter your email address and password to log in.
If you do not have a CMP account, you can create one by selecting SIGN UP and following the instructions.
If your organization (as determined by your email address) is already using the CMP, you can sign up without being invited.
If you have forgotten your password, enter your email address, then select the CONTINUE button. On the next screen, select Forgot password? and follow the instructions to reset your password.
Use your Amazon or Google email address
If you work for Amazon or Google, you can log in as a partner by entering your company email address and selecting the CONTINUE button.
After selecting CONTINUE, the CMP will send you an email with further instructions.
Can I limit access to a single authentication method?
Yes. See the Auth method section for more information.
Can I use my own Single Sign-On provider?
Yes. See the Single Sign-on section for more information.