Your move to the cloud means a growing demand for centralized identity and access management, and stronger authentication. Discover how to eliminate passwords, protect against phishing, and extend your enterprise security perimeter to the cloud.
Forrester Report: Rescue Your Identity And Access Management Function From Stagnation And Complacency
Use the recommendations in this report to enable and maintain healthy change in your organization in order to improve your IAM functions and processes for better security, compliance, and competitiveness.
451 Research Report: Multidimensional IAM: new trends in enterprise security
As the Internet grows into a web of peer-to-peer and hierarchical relying parties, IAM offerings will have to keep pace and remain flexible. Now, more than ever, no organization is an island, nor is it flat, nor is it static. Multidimensional IAM is on its way.
2013 State of Cloud Application Access Survey Results
Adoption of cloud applications is growing rapidly; 78% of respondents plan to increase the number of cloud applications in 2013 and 35% will add at least four new apps. The vast majority of access to cloud applications involves mobile and BYOD. However, most organizations cited major concerns in areas of identity management, governance and complexity.
IDC BuyerPulse Analyst Research: OneLogin and New IAM Market Dynamics
IDC sees strong growth in what it calls the IAM SaaS market: $702.7 million in 2011, reaching $1.4 billion by 2016. So, what are some of the trends driving the growth of cloud-based single sign on IAM products like OneLogin? Learn about some of the key market trends that helped drive OneLogin’s 400% explosive growth in 2012.
451 Research Report: OneLogin touts indexless search for the cloud
“True innovation often comes through simplicity and reimagining a situation
– as demonstrated by OneLogin, with its recent addition of a novel federated cloud search service.”
Ovum On The Radar Report: OneLogin
Ovum, the UK based analyst firm, devoted an On The Radar report to OneLogin. Andrew Kellett, lead analyst on the Ovum IT security team describes OneLogin as “fast to deploy, and can scale to support millions of users, including complex directory infrastructures.” On The Radar reports feature technology vendors that show clear innovation compared to similar services.
Identity and Access Management – Beyond Convenience
Most people looking for Identity and Access Management (IAM) will search for “single sign-on” or “SSO solutions” because single sign-on is the extent of their knowledge about IAM. In addition to the convenience of single sign-on, IAM strengthens security, streamlines user provisioning, improves regulatory compliance, and more.
Federated Cloud Search
Historically, enterprise search products have done a solid job of ingesting content from on-premise data repositories, while Google and Bing are well suited for searching the public internet. However, searching across siloed cloud applications in real-time represents a different kind of challenge for which there has been no solution – until now.
Enterprise Strength Identity and Access Management (IAM)
OneLogin’s Identity and Access Management solution supports complex directory infrastructures for some of the most demanding public companies in the world. No planned downtime and no single point of failure means redundancy at every tier: DNS, data center, application servers and database servers.
10 Signs You Need an Identity and Access Management Solution
Does the thought of password-related security breaches keep you up at night? If one or more of these ten signs apply to your organization, then you will benefit from identity management.
Advantages of Cloud-based Identity and Access Management
Cloud-based Identity and Access Management helps IT control the burgeoning number of cloud applications by adding additional authentication factors, automating user provisioning, and providing an effective “kill switch” for when employees leave the company.
Active Directory Integration
Extending Active Directory to the cloud enables desktop and mobile single sign-on (SSO) to cloud applications using existing network credentials. Centralize and audit sign-in activity and even use SAML-based single sign-on to eliminate passwords and the risk of phishing.
Just like Active Directory, extending LDAP to the cloud enables desktop and mobile single sign-on (SSO) to cloud applications using existing network credentials. Centralize and audit sign-in activity and even use SAML-based single sign-on to eliminate passwords and the risk of phishing.