The new year has come, so it’s time to review the old year of OneLogin, their achievements and changes.
Brad Brooks has become its new CEO, after leading major tech companies for 25 years. The opportunity matched him and all his criteria; thus, he pounced on it. He notes that the customers will benefit from this move.
Fortune Magazine named it in the top 10 best small workplaces in the Bay area. This comes after it had already received recognition from San Francisco Business Times, Fortune and Glassdoor, four awards won in the last two years.
AirBus became one of the over 2,000 customers of OneLogin in 2017. Digital transformation – redesigning their information technology systems – drove AirBus’s move.
Customers approval for the company in 2017 was high, so high the business released 14 stories ranging from education to manufacturing to finance and to high technology. Fidelma Butler, Senior Director of Human Resources at Zendesk, even said, “What I find most useful about OneLogin is the time saved in onboarding and offboarding employees — it is one of the real strengths of the OneLogin integration with Workday, being able to easily integrate new hires and applications into the workplace.” When the service boosts customer trust in their products, there will eventually be growth.
OneLogin came out with Adaptive Authentication, a multi-factor authentication factor, in April. This tech uses a machine to check login details – geography, browser, device, and network reputation. It then warns the user before moving onto the next page.
It has updated its apps, now the ones used frequently appear first, they can be searched with keywords and phrases and other categories. They can also be added easily to one’s personal portal.
It has gained easier access for on-prem apps by meshing with the organization’s web servers and linking to it’s own directory.
OneLogin has come this far, and it still has further to go.