Dashboard where teams manage access
to web applications. With minimal effort.

Login with one click

You will login into a cloud app without having to enter a username or password. It means one less thing to worry about for you and your team.

See what is going on

See who in your team has access to what cloud app. See which apps are available to outside parties. Evaluate how subscriptions are utilized.

All apps in one place

One place for all cloud apps. From your blogging system to your expense report cloud app, everyone on your team will always know where to find it.

Be in control

You control who can access which cloud app. Give people access to apps they need, revoke access for those who leave your team. All in just seconds.

Setup your team apps.

Make the team apps available to others.

Portadi brings all team apps into one place and makes them discoverable. Users sign into their apps without entering any credentials, they just click on the app.

Anyone can also use Portadi for their private apps, like LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.

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Data security

User and application login credentials are stored encrypted in our secure database. Communication between the app server and database is shielded from the public Internet.

Transport security

All communication between Portadi and the client browser is encrypted using TLS. All web servers are only accessible via HTTPS.

Platform security

Portadi is hosted on Amazon Web Services and uses Heroku as its application platform provider. The application and the database tiers are run in redundant instances.


Portadi is designed as a state-less system with a microservices architecture. This provides for instant fail-over, no-downtime upgrades and better scaling.


Portadi is monitored 24/7 by our dev ops team for uptime, availability, performance and irregularities. You can review Portadi uptime at

Client security

Users can protect their personal Portadi account with 2-factor authentication. When users with 2FA sign in to Portadi, they need to provide a one-time password from Google Authenticator.