OneLogin Desktop: now secure ALL your laptops

You may not realize it, but you have a big security gap with the laptops accessing your corporate apps. Many of these laptops have no security policies associated with them. So your users can use weak passwords that can be easily cracked. Thankfully, there’s an easy solution: OneLogin Desktop.

February 14th, 2017  /   Al Sargent   /  product & technology





OneLogin at RSA 2017

It’s that time of year again; RSA Conference 2017 is almost upon us! Join 45,000 attendees from February 13 - 17 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to learn about new approaches to info security, discover the latest technology, and interact with top security leaders and pioneers.

February 1st, 2017  /   Al Sargent   /  company news


ServiceNow Express

For those folks who opted for ServiceNow Express over ServiceNow Enterprise we now offer the same best-in-class SAML SSO and User Provisioning features its big brother has. If you’re considering ServiceNow and are under 5000 users, now you don’t have to opt for the more expensive enterprise solution just to get user provisioning. Read More »

January 31st, 2017


Active Directory Connector v5

Our latest major revision of OneLogin Active Directory Connector performs better than ever, and it’s easier to use with firewalls and HTTP proxies. The Active Directory Connector v5 release keeps all the good stuff from v4 and adds improved multiplexing, new runtime libraries and web sockets over port 80/443 that make it firewall-friendly, and HTTP proxy support with Windows domain authentication. This version requires Windows Server 2012+ and .NET 4.5. Read More »

January 31st, 2017


OneLogin Desktop for Mac 2.1

OneLogin Desktop for Mac just keeps getting better. A PAM module on your Mac manages authentication. No more prompts for your keychain password when you change your OneLogin password. Improved FileVault support. And did we mention that now you can enable OneLogin Desktop for any account on your Mac, without having to migrate user data? Read More »

January 24th, 2017