lunes, 3 de mayo de 2010

a cloud of apps, one login



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Works with all major browsers

OneLogin works on Windows, Mac and Linux with all major browsers. And it works with Firefox 3.0 on all platforms. The browser extension can be downloaded in seconds and installed with just a few clicks. From then on, your favorite applications are never more than two clicks away.

The browser add-on never stores any confidential information on your computer. Everything is stored securely in the cloud, which also means you can access it from any computer, any time.


Every app is just two clicks away

Employees love single sign-on because they no longer have to memorize complex passwords and manually log into applications all the time. Once the browser extension is installed and you are logged in, all it takes is two clicks to reach any application.

Another benefit of single sign-on is accelerated adoption of apps in the organization because users don't have to remember long URLs for each app.

OneLogin is also smart enough to automatically log you into an application when you click on a link in an email notification, which is very often how we access web apps today.

Increased security

Many users prioritize convenience over security, resulting in weak passwords that jeopardize the enterprise’s data. OneLogin allows managers to configure logins that hide application passwords for users, which not only increases overall password strength, but also effectively solves the tricky former employee problem. When employees leave the organization, all access to applications can be turned off with just a few clicks.

Managers can control OneLogin password strength, session timeouts and even delegate administration of groups of users. And a detailed audit trail logs all activity about failed logins, password resets etc.


Multi-factor authentication

Multi-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security by combining something you know (username and password) with something you have (a one-time password device). Even if someone manages to steal a user's login credentials they would still need the physical OTP device to access OneLogin.

OneLogin supports the innovative and tiny YubiKey that plugs right into the USB port of any personal computer. The one-time password is generated by the light touch of a button and requires no special software installed. (leer más...)


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