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With OneLogin's single sign-on portal users only have to enter one set of credentials to access to their web apps in the cloud and behind the firewall – via desktops, smartphones and tablets. This greatly increases productivity while keeping data secure. OneLogin's policy-driven password security and multi-factor authentication ensure that only authorized users get access to sensitive data. You can implement more demanding password policies such as required length, complexity and restrictions on password reuse, as well as session timeout and password reset self-service policy to heighten protection without impeding your users.
Mike Lynch | IT Director at Berwin, Leighton, Paisner
With OneLogin Desktop, a new kind of endpoint management, users can leverage the secure profiles of laptop and desktop computers enrolled with the OneLogin Cloud Directory. Once users have logged into their secure profiles with their OneLogin Cloud Directory credentials, they can directly access all their apps via the OneLogin SSO portal. In other words, once users are logged into their operating system, they don’t need to login again to access corporate apps, freeing up their time while strengthening security!
Our single sign-on authentication system lets you create any number of logins to the same type of application. If you have five WordPress sites or two Google Apps accounts, OneLogin makes them available with one password, one click. If you have different staging and production environments, multiple login functionality is a real time-saver.
Social authentication lets end-users sign in to OneLogin using their Social Identity Provider credentials from services such as Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter. This provides them with a more streamlined experience, since they don’t need to create a OneLogin password to access all their apps within the OneLogin SSO portal. We’ve made it very easy for OneLogin admins to implement Social Sign-In. This feature is especially useful for externally-facing apps used by your customers.
OneLogin only prompts users for credentials when necessary. Users who are already signed into their corporate Windows domain get automatically signed into OneLogin using Integrated Windows Authentication.
Users don't always have to access apps via OneLogin's SSO portal. Many times, apps are launched via links in emails, such as document sharing notifications or meeting invites. Just click the link and OneLogin gets you signed in automatically.
OneLogin is not limited to enterprise apps. You can choose to allow users to add their own, personal apps like LinkedIn, Twitter and travel booking sites. Personal apps do not require IT involvement and are easily configurable and accessible to users via their secure single sign-on portal.
Got users in Germany, France, Japan or China? OneLogin's portal supports 21 languages, which gives users across the globe an optimized user experience. Just choose which localization you want to make available and OneLogin will automatically match the portal's language to the user's browser settings.
OneLogin elegantly handles web applications that don't support federation with a technique known as password vaulting. This enables enterprises to provide their users with SSO for all web applications. The mechanism by which vaulted passwords are stored has been extra hardened to protect them against unauthorized access.
OneLogin is pre-integrated with thousands of web applications and new apps are added every day. Search our app catalog and add the apps you need to your account. Obsessed with an app we don't already support? Let us know and we'll add it for free.
Some apps don't support multiple users at the same time, such as Twitter, FedEx or SurveyMonkey. OneLogin's SSO solution lets you easily share access to such applications among multiple users without having to give out the credentials. This is helpful when new people join, but critical for your data security when employees leave your organization.