Efficiency is key at many companies these days, especially now that fewer employees are taking on more work than ever before. If your employees are spending precious minutes each day trying to remember username and password combinations for all the various applications they use on the web, then they are wasting valuable time that could be better spent doing work that actually benefits the bottom line. That’s where OneLogin comes into play—the web-based program has created a way for companies to give their employees access to all the apps they use on a daily basis in as little as two simple clicks.
When you sign your company up for OneLogin, you’ll see a directory of pre-integrated apps that you can log into directly from the site. Just add the application name, your login information, and the application’s role within your company by defining whether it’s a marketing tool, a financial tool, or something else entirely. Once your apps have been configured, you can get instant access to them by visiting your OneLogin user dashboard. Any in-house applications that your company uses can be configured to integrate with OneLogin in a matter of minutes, while the “shared logins” feature lets you set up certain applications to be accessed by everyone in the company without having to know the actual passwords or login information. If OpenID is something that’s vital within your company, OneLogin has got you covered in that area, too. The application automatically issues every user an OpenID to use in certain apps.
Rather than writing down passwords on a piece of paper that can be stolen at any time, users who store their information in OneLogin can have peace of mind knowing that their data is being saved in a secure cloud-based environment. Managers can control their employees’ password strength and session timeout guidelines as well, to reduce the number of weak passwords and prevent hackers from entering company systems. If your employees regularly use web-apps for work-related business, then OneLogin is an application that can both speed up office efficiency and increase your online security at the same time.
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