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The last time this question was asked on this platform was 3-4 years and not specific to enterprise SaaS ago, so it's time for an update as our field moves quickly.

Based on latest research/work, when is it best use Log In/ Log Out vs. Sign In / Sign Out for enterprise SaaS software?

marked as duplicate by tohster, Evil Closet Monkey, JonW Jun 17 '15 at 10:32

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  • Please link to the original question on UX StackExchange... I'm not sure that Enterprise changes anything in the resolution of the question. – tohster Jun 16 '15 at 23:56
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    Original post I was referring too: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/1080/… – danielone Jun 16 '15 at 23:59
  • Hmm I am not sure why this is a different question, because I can't think of anything specific to enterprise that would cause the original question to be different. "We need an update" is not a valid reason to post a duplicate question because it unconstructively splits search results and the community's attention. Would you consider either clarifying why this question is different, or deleting it and either offering a bounty on the original or posting a comment asking for an update? – tohster Jun 17 '15 at 2:20
  • Can only second @tohster 's comment - the lines are blurred between "enterprise" and "customer" software, with employees chatting on facebook about scheduling (yes, my company) and enterprise software companies offering free email/calendar/task software for anyone (not only customers). An update to the original question may be fruitful, but the split into enterprise is not. – virtualnobi Jun 17 '15 at 6:19
  • Okay closing topic and adding as comment to original post – danielone Jun 18 '15 at 23:18

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