Connecting Nx Cloud to your existing Google identity provider
If your organisation uses Google Identity or Google Workspaces to manage employee accounts and permissions, your NxCloud workspace members can re-use the same accounts to sign-in to NxCloud and view runs, cache stats etc. Besides being more convenient for the employee, as they don't have to sign-in again, it also has a security benefit: if an employee leaves the company and their Google account is disabled, they won't be able to sign-in to NxCloud anymore.
By default, when you invite a member by email, they can create a separate NxCloud account using their work e-mail address. If their primary email address gets disabled, they will still be able to sign-in with their NxCloud account, unless you explicitly revoke their membership from the Members page.
If you'd like them to sign-in with Google directly, which ensures they automatically lose access to their NxCloud account if their email gets disabled, you need to enable this option when inviting them:
They will then only be able to accept the invite if they sign-in with Google directly:
NxCloud does not currently provide direct integration with SAML identity providers. You can, however, connect your existing SAML provider to Google, and then use the method above to invite employees: