John Offenhartz is the Lead Product Owner of all of OneLogin’s integration and development programs. John’s previous experiences cover over twenty years in Cloud-based Development and Product Management with such companies as Microsoft, Netscape, Oracle and SAP.
See how various additional login security methods are scored for a better understanding of your data’s protection.
At its core, OpenID Connect started its life as a ‘consumer grade’ OAuth authorization mechanism -- which is a fancy way of saying “it’s designed around granting another application permission to do stuff.”
OneLogin has supported ServiceNow since 2014, providing SAML Single Sign-On with multi-factor authentication (MFA) and user provisioning. We’re pleased to announce two new enhancements to our ServiceNow support that make life easier for IT admins: provisioning for ServiceNow Express, and Safe Entitlements for ServiceNow.
Today we at OneLogin are thrilled to announce the latest in multi-factor authentication technology: OneLogin Pets - the industry’s first ever Pets-as-a-Factor Authentication (PaaFA) solution. This revolutionary new product allows users to authenticate into mobile devices, laptops, and corporate applications using facial and voice-recognition on common household pets.
Today OneLogin is thrilled to announce our new integration partnership with Sumo Logic, the cloud-native machine data analytics service.
OneLogin recently released some major improvements to our user provisioning experience and I thought I’d take some time to talk a bit about the process we went through to develop these.
We’re excited to announce an integration between UltiPro’s employee directory and OneLogin’s Cloud Directory.
It’s no secret that Human Resources is a pivotal part of any well-run organization. HR holds the crucial responsibility of ensuring that employees are immersed in a healthy, productive work environment, while also managing an immense amount of sensitive employee personally identifiable information (PII). In the digital age, HR’s role is becoming even more critical.