Blog Posts by Elias Terman

About the Author

Elias Terman is a seasoned product and marketing leader with over 20 years of technology marketing experience including IT Security, enterprise software, and SaaS startups in the U.S. and abroad. Prior to OneLogin, he ran product marketing for SnapLogic, where he helped establish them as the leading independent cloud integration vendor. At OneLogin, He is responsible for product and partner marketing, as well as press and analyst relations.

New Office 365 Options for SMBs: Reduced Costs, Additional Functionality

Small- to medium-sized business (SMB) Office 365 users be advised: Come October 1st, your subscriptions are going to change.

July 30th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

Office 365 and Google Apps Compete on Cloud Storage

With businesses increasingly eyeing the cloud for data storage purposes, and Microsoft and Google continuing to compete against one another for customers, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the two giant companies are turning toward storage to attract new customers and retain current ones.

July 24th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

Automating Egnyte User and Role Provisioning For Increased IT Security and Productivity

Automatically provisioning and de-provisioning employees with the right applications and privileges not only improves IT productivity, but is critical to increasing IT security and compliance.

July 22nd, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | Product and Technology

How to Cut Out the Complexity and Costs of Federating Active Directory with Office 365

OneLogin’s Vice President of Products David Meyer wrapped up our most recent webinar by exploring what OneLogin means for your business’ management of Office 365. The highlight of David’s presentation was his demonstration of OneLogin for Office 365, which you can view in its entirety below.

July 17th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology, culture and news

Choosing a Model for Identity Management with Office 365

(Note: This is the second installation of a three-part blog series. Click here for the first post on best practices for migrating to Office 365.) Now that we’ve looked at best practices to consider before, during and after migrating to Office 365, let’s take a look at solving the identity management and single sign-on challenges with Office 365. As I discussed during the webinar, Microsoft has defined three main identity management models for Office 365:

July 15th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

Interactive Intelligence Uses OneLogin to Provide 17,100 Internal and External Users With Secure, Single Sign-on to 30 Web Apps, including new SharePoint Partner Portal

Interactive Intelligence, which provides cloud and on-premises solutions for contact center, unified communications and business process automation, was having a difficult time managing applications, usernames and passwords using just Active Directory logins. As soon as the company began implementing an increasing number of cloud-based applications, managing user security became like the “Wild, Wild West,“ says Nirav Shah, director of information systems at Interactive Intelligence. “People did whatever, and there was no company policy for managing application access.”

May 27th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

The Taming of BYOD: Mobile Identity Management to the MDM Rescue?

BYOD is a beast. Attempting to tame it, many enterprises have rushed to implement MDM solutions in response to BYOD, but MDM falls short because:

May 2nd, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | culture and news

Top 6 (Independent) Microsoft Active Directory Integration Experts to Follow Now

Microsoft Active Directory remains a key piece of IT infrastructure for most enterprises. In order to help customers integrate their Active Directory infrastructure with cloud applications like Office 365, OneLogin has to stay in tune with AD’s latest developments

March 19th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

DISYS Uses OneLogin to Give 4,000 Employees and Consultants Secure Access to Office 365 and other Web Apps on Any Device

Collin Hachwi, IT infrastructure manager at Digital Intelligence Systems (DISYS), supports the company’s team of more than 650 employees and 4,000 independent consultants around the globe—many of whom are remote workers who use their own desktops, laptops, tablets or smartphones to conduct business. DISYS, a global managed staffing and services company, utilizes cloud-based enterprise applications such as SalesForce to streamline many of its business processes, but when it came time to add new applications into the mix, Hachwi knew the company needed to consider a strong identity management solution that was scalable to accommodate the addition of new applications and users.

March 17th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology

Shadow IT and the Evolving Roles of CIOs

It happens daily in enterprises around the country: The marketing director hears about a new SaaS marketing tool and purchases it without consulting IT. The CIO now needs to figure out on the fly how to incorporate the application within existing systems and policies, and make sure it’s secure so that the company’s data is not compromised

March 14th, 2014 | Posted by Elias Terman | product and technology