If you have spent any time on the OneLogin web page, you know we use a variation of the word “simple” in lots of different ways. Simple, Secure One-Time Login. Simply Measured Single Sign-On (SSO). Simple and Secure Access. Simple is Better. Simple is defined by dictionary.com as “easy to understand, deal with, use, etc.” and that is exactly what we strive for here at OneLogin. Easy to login. Easy access to applications. Simple. Secure. Period. But is it simple enough for a child to understand? Who better to ask than the kids of OneLogineers?
As OneLogin’s workforce is now fully remote to comply with the COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, many of our employees have little coworkers at home, watching them day in and day out. We sent out a request in our “Parents” Slack channel (great way to bring your at-home employees juggling parental duties & remote work together!) if they would ask their kids a few questions and record the responses. Six brave OneLogineers responded and the results were better than we could have imagined!
OneLogin proudly presents, “What Our Kids Think We Do at OneLogin”:
It’s hard to pick a favorite quote from all the cuteness oozing from our mini OneLogineers. To summarize, we usually turn on our computers, we have conversations, we design, we program, we work hard, help people and chug water from our OneLogin bottles. What is OneLogin? It’s security for devices (and lazy people according to Ava) to use one password to login to OneLogin. Hey, I’d say that’s a pretty simple explanation!
Thank you to all of the OneLogin kids who participated in the making of our first OneLogin @ Home with Kids video - Angie, Ava, Alex, Eliska, Matyas, Ky, Hayden, Josh, and Evey.