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GitHub Enterprise Cloud self-service organization upgrade to an Enterprise Account
The benefits of multifactor authentication are widely documented, and there are a number of options for using 2FA on GitHub.
Organizations can join GitHub Sponsors with personal bank accounts
Interaction Limits API : support for user accounts and longer interaction limits
Org admins in Enterprise accounts can view Actions and Packages usage in the billing page
Protect your team’s code with secure software development best practices like setting up SAML/SCIM integrations, enforcing policies to avoid code leakage, and more.
Private Beta: SSO and SCIM for your enterprise account with Okta
Private repositories with unlimited collaborators available to all GitHub accounts, and changes to GitHub paid plans
Enterprise accounts now have a public schema preview available for GitHub Enterprise Cloud. As part of this preview, enterprise owners have the ability to manage enterprise accounts via the GraphQL API. Learn more about the enterprise accounts GraphQL preview
We’ve introducing the enterprise account to help GitHub Enterprise customers manage multiple GitHub organizations. The enterprise account can centrally manage policy and billing subscription from a seamless interface. Learn more about the enterprise account
Finding compromised passwords and two-factor recovery checkups
In February, we shipped the “Recover Accounts Elsewhere” feature to help people regain access to their accounts if they lose access to their two-factor device or token. It is an implementation of the Delegated Account Recovery specification published by Facebook. GitHub will be open sourcing a Ruby library soon so that the complicated and dangerous […]
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When digital infrastructure is overlooked by governments, it isn't just a missed opportunity: policies may inadvertently endanger open source collaboration.
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