Dusan Vitek is Director of Product Management at OneLogin. He co-founded the identity and access management startup, Portadi, which was acquired by OneLogin in June 2016. Prior to Portadi, he had spent 15+ years in the Internet security industry. Dusan loves technology products, and enjoys building the companies that offer simple solutions to complex problems.
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Today we are excited to unveil the fastest, most user-friendly single sign-on portal in the industry. Check it out!Today we are excited to unveil the fastest, most user-friendly single sign-on portal in the industry. Check it out!
OneLogin is the first identity and access management (IAM) vendor to fully support Microsoft Edge, Microsoft’s new flagship browser. The OneLogin for Microsoft Edge browser extension employs new universal login heuristics, enabling users to securely store credentials for nearly any website or web app in the OneLogin single sign-on (SSO) portal, and then log into that website with a single click.
We are very excited to announce the latest in seamless enterprise password management. The OneLogin Dynamic App Catalog enables users to quickly and easily add apps to their OneLogin Portal using the OneLogin browser extension. The Dynamic App Catalog detects new sign ins and offers to save them in OneLogin.
If there is one thing we can thank enterprise SaaS startups for, it’s their relentless pursuit of simplicity. The new OneLogin for Chrome browser extension we are introducing today is the fastest way to find and launch an app. Sitting directly in the browser, you have a new dropdown menu listing all your available apps and accounts.
Recently, Portadi, the company I co-founded with Tomas Soukup, was acquired by OneLogin. The genesis of Portadi was the fact that, just like all early adopters of cloud software, we had accounts and company data everywhere. Inevitably, this created chaos and we could never tell who got access to what.