OneLogin Empowers Farrer & Co with Remote Access Single Sign-on

February 23rd, 2016   /     /   product and technology

With over 300 years of history, Farrer & Co. is one of the most illustrious independent law firms in the world. The organization has certainly stood the test of time, continually adapting with the evolving global marketplace while still maintaining the highest standards of business practices.

As Farrer & Co. continued to expand, so did the company’s remote workforce. In order to maintain business efficiency, the company sought out an Identity and Access Management system that would keep sensitive data secure, while also granting employees access to data they needed in order to be productive from remote locations.

Enter OneLogin.

“OneLogin is the next-generation solution we had always dreamed of, and the results speak for themselves.” -Neil Davison, IT Director at Farrer & Co

OneLogin offers Farrer and Co employees ease of access via a central portal where the team could consolidate its existing cloud-based applications, and access them from any location. Even when a fire erupted near the Farrer & Co London office, preventing employees from coming to work, employees were still able to securely access their data remotely, and work as usual.

“Not only has the OneLogin solution had a huge positive impact on the IT department by freeing up their time, but the lawyers love it, too,” said Neil Davison, IT Director at Farrer & Co. “ It’s made remote working incredibly easy, which is exactly what we wanted to achieve.”

For more information on how OneLogin is empowering Farrer & Co, see this case study.

About the Author

Dan Rampe is OneLogin’s Director of Global Communications and PR. He has 20+ years hands-on and strategic expertise in public relations, analyst relations, corporate communications, social media, and digital and content marketing in Fortune 500 and start-up environments. Dan takes delight as a company builder and creative storyteller with a focus on SaaS, security, Identity and Access Management (IAM), mobile, authentication, single sign-on (SSO), Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) and Internet of Things. When not at work you can often find Dan rock climbing in Yosemite, the Sierra Nevada and points beyond.

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