OneLogin Is Making Headlines In 2017

OneLogin has had a great year for 2017. There have been many highlights that have occurred during the 2017 year. Here are some of the things that helped give OneLogin one of the best years.

OneLogin receives New Leadership

In August, OneLogin recruited Brad Brooks to be the new CEO of OneLogin. He has over 25 years in the global technology field and therefore it was quite a fret for them to achieve. Brad goes on record to discuss why he was so anxious to start working for OneLogin.

He liked the fact that there were key elements that helped to match him with the right criteria. For Brad, this match was one that met them perfectly as a match to his personality. Not only is it a right fit for him but it is also a great choice for future customers or current customers.

During the year, Fortune Magazine collects data to put together a list that will recognize the top 10 places to work in. OneLogin has been recognized by such businesses as Glassdoor, Fortune and San Francisco Business Times. In the past two years, OneLogin has received 4 awards.

In the OneLogin Family, they have brought forth much excitement for the addition to the OneLogin family. Their current addition to the family is Airbus. There is over 2,000 customers to OneLogin globally. The head of Airbus, Chris Taylor, the addition to the OneLogin firm was something that would be included as a much larger digital change.

OneLogin is excited that they are continuing to be access managements for businesses like Airbus. During the year, OneLogin has been on a mission to provide satisfaction to their customers. Not only do they aim for satisfaction but they also aim for advocacy. Over the course of 2017, the customers in organizations and industries have nothing but good things to say about OneLogin.

When it comes to products, OneLogin has released what it considers to be the next type generation multi-factor authentication tools in functionality for Adaptive Authentication.

In an effort to stay on top of the business, OneLogin has created a portal where users can use the apps that provide access to the users at an even faster level.

How OneLogin has Kept Tabs with Innovation through the SCIM System

If you are an Envoy customer, you can be sure to enjoy one of the most convenient services courtesy of the integrated System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM). As a system, its user provisioned integration with the developers OneLogin, has kept tabs with the modern day office challenges that require authentication of visitors to these premises. More explicitly, the software allows office visitors to sign in into the facilities with the help- of their iPad. With this level of technology, the tedious processes that required the use of log books have been rendered stale as the sign processes have been automated.

Starting the Sign in Process

The first step that Envoy comes into play, is in the registration process where again the automation process allows the supervisors verify the visitor’s badges, identification card photos. With such a success in this fundamental security process, the system has attracted many technology companies that have shown great interest in using the technology for their security needs. In this regard, most Envoy clients can now use the Envoy connector, well synchronised with OneLogin application protocol to ease the processes in place.

Updating Employees’ Applications Use

Moving forward, the movement of office employees to and from the facilities is also another target area that the software has helped in fast tracking. The difficulty mostly comes when the IT technicians are faced with the challenge of enabling the users to access the various office applications. Even as security remains the desired focus when updating these systems, having a smooth and reliable end-user interaction is always inevitable. With this requirement in mind, the partnership of Envoy and OneLogin has succeeded in idealising and enacting the SCIM for automating user processes.

The Prospects of Envoy and OneLogin’s Partnership

Since the system works to ensure that open identity and the authentication standards become available to the users, creating access management tool has worked well with its plans. It has simply shown that the capacity of the company to grow has relied on the consistent focus of innovativeness and making important partnerships. It, therefore, beats logic that working with Envoy has been a prospective venture that has not only placed the company on the right road to prosperity. The kind of prosperity, in this case, can be evidenced with the increased access to OneLogin developer website by vendors such as the SaaS.