Single Sign-On

OneLogin secures access and eliminates passwords using industry standards SAML 1.1/2.0 and WS-Federation for single sign-on. Users sign in once – to their local area network or OneLogin – and launch their web applications by simply clicking an icon in OneLogin. They no longer have to remember URLs, usernames and passwords, which increases user productivity and significantly strengthens security. OneLogin is pre-integrated with thousands of applications and you can easily integrate in-house applications as well.

The OneLogin Portal

All apps are conveniently accessible from OneLogin’s single sign-on portal where they can be launched with one click. No need to remember URLs, usernames or passwords. And our new iPad app makes SaaS applications available on the go like never before.

No Passwords

Users can launch applications from OneLogin’s portal in your browser or on your iPad with a single click. They no longer have to remember and manually enter URLs, usernames or passwords, because OneLogin provides a seamless single sign-on experience across desktops, laptops, iPads and mobile.

Desktop SSO

Users that are signed into their Windows network can be signed into OneLogin automatically without having to enter their credentials. This makes it even easier for users at the office to access their cloud applications.

Personal Apps

Users can get more out of OneLogin by also adding their personal sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, TripIt, airlines, hotels, etc. Personal apps and login activity is completely private to the end-user and not visible to IT.

Shared Logins

Easily share logins for applications that don’t support multiple users, such as Twitter, FedEx or SurveyMonkey. OneLogin lets you easily share credentials with multiple users without having to disclose the password.

Deep Linking

Many applications are often launched by clicking on a link in an email, such as a lead notification or a meeting invite. OneLogin ensures that you land on the right URL even if you have to first sign into OneLogin.

Multiple Instances

OneLogin allows you to create any number of logins to the same type of application. If you have ten WordPress sites or two Google Apps accounts, OneLogin makes them available with one click.

Role-Based Access Control

RBAC enables you to manage access on a large scale. Apps are assigned to users via Roles, for example sales gets Salesforce and WebEx, customer service gets Zendesk and GoToAssist. Users can have multiple roles and you can even assign apps on a per-user basis.

Thousands of Apps

OneLogin is pre-integrated with thousands of web applications, which you can easily add to your account from OneLogin’s catalog. Using an app we don’t already support? Let us know and we’ll add it for free.