About organizations

Organizations are shared accounts where businesses and open-source projects can collaborate across many projects at once. Owners and administrators can manage member access to the organization's data and projects with sophisticated security and administrative features.

Your team can collaborate on GitHub by using an organization account. Each person that uses GitHub signs into a user account. Multiple user accounts can collaborate on shared projects by joining the same organization account, which owns the repositories. A subset of these user accounts can be given the role of organization owner, which allows those people to granularly manage access to the organization's resources using sophisticated security and administrative features.

Las organizaciones incluyen:

Organizations and enterprise accounts

Enterprise accounts allow owners to centrally manage policy and billing for multiple GitHub.com organizations.

For organizations that belong to an enterprise account, billing is managed at the enterprise account level, and billing settings are not available at the organization level. Enterprise owners can set policy for all organizations in the enterprise account or allow organization owners to set the policy at the organization level. Organization owners cannot change settings enforced for your organization at the enterprise account level. If you have questions about a policy or setting for your organization, contact the owner of your enterprise account.

Las cuentas empresariales se encuentran disponibles con GitHub Enterprise Cloud y Servidor de GitHub Enterprise. Para obtener más información, consulta la sección "Acerca de las cuentas empresariales".

Los proyectos mantenidos y admnistrados por un solo propietario de organización pueden llegar a ser inaccesibles con facilidad si no se puede contactar a dicho propietario. Te recomendamos que tu organización tenga por lo menos dos personas con permisos de propietario para garantizar que nadie tendrá acceso al proyecto. For more information, see "Maintaining ownership continuity for your organization."

Terms of service and data protection for organizations

An entity, such as a company, non-profit, or group, can agree to the Standard Terms of Service or the Corporate Terms of Service for their organization. For more information, see "Upgrading to the Corporate Terms of Service."

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