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OneLogin is the eponymous identity and access management (IAM) product from the company in San Francisco featuring single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication, provisioning, cloud directory, and more.Great for SSO but bad for user provisioning.OneLogin is being used within the entire organization. The main purpose is to bolster our Identity Management solution by allowing easy integration and user provisioning with the products the organization uses. We also use features such as the self-service portal for a password reset and to enforce password policies. The main business problem we wanted to solve was users having to remember too many passwords due to the number of systems we are using and also to ensure consistent permissions across all systems.,OneLogin handles SAML very well. OneLogin has a lot of integrations OneLogin has a great app portal.,The user provisioning doesn't always work, which can be quite frustrating. Some of the integrations don't work that well. We've had a hard time getting technical support to help us.,5,OneLogin has reduced the cost per integration with about 40% for application requiring SSO. OneLogin has unfortunately not been able to handle user provisioning well, making us having to pay for two systems at once.,Centrify Infrastructure Services and Okta,WordPressA better way to login.OneLogin is used throughout the organization. It gives us access to the tools we need to access to in a secure and easy to use central hub. We are able to customize what items we see and login without the worry of remembering a password. It lowers the amount of password related emails to the HelpDesk team and allows them to better track who has access to what.,Connects with a lot of different vendors, tools, and sites. It is also customizable to where you can add almost any site you are logging into. This makes it especially useful for team members who may use a tool that other team members within the company do not use. It works. I've used a few keychain apps that work for a little while, or never work, and this app works 99.99% of the time. Only on one experience have I experienced issue access sites and that was due to user error. It's easy to update passwords and usernames within the app. It allows password resets to be an easy process and lowers the time in updating items everywhere.,Customizing what is shown in the Frequent section would be nice. It lists some things in the frequent section that I do not frequently use but cannot add the tools that would be better suited in the area. Customizing the Icons. A lot of companies use the same color schemes in their logos which causes you to click the wrong tool a lot of the time. This could also be resolved by allowing a user to move around the tools. There are 3 tabs, one for Frequently Used, one for personal, and one for the company. To me having 2 tabs, 1 for all apps, and 1 for favorites would be less clunky.,10,Saves money for the company on HelpDesk tickets for login credentials. This means helpdesk team members can focus on more important issues. Helps determine which products are actually being used versus which ones could potentially be eliminated. Creates a login process that is simple and efficient. This helps users save time logging in which leads to more time to do more productive tasks.,,JIRA Service Desk, Sumo Logic, Atlassian Confluence, BoxOneLogin reviewThis system OneLogin is used by the whole organization. We have a ton of systems that we subscribe to and need a centralized and secure rally point for users. Also allows us to audit access for users and do bulk changes to access as required and gives another organizational tool for managing users.,Manage IP restricted access,Activity log is brief and lacks detail. UI is very slow. Lock / Unlock mechanisms are buggy. Need to unlock via suspend, and use activity log instead of the toggle (not intuitive).,8,I do not have any specifics on ROI impact.
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June 05, 2018

OneLogin Review: "Great for SSO but bad for user provisioning."

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OneLogin is being used within the entire organization. The main purpose is to bolster our Identity Management solution by allowing easy integration and user provisioning with the products the organization uses. We also use features such as the self-service portal for a password reset and to enforce password policies. The main business problem we wanted to solve was users having to remember too many passwords due to the number of systems we are using and also to ensure consistent permissions across all systems.
  • OneLogin handles SAML very well.
  • OneLogin has a lot of integrations
  • OneLogin has a great app portal.
  • The user provisioning doesn't always work, which can be quite frustrating.
  • Some of the integrations don't work that well.
  • We've had a hard time getting technical support to help us.
OneLogin would be well suited for an IT shop which primary requires SSO and MFA and also who requires a one-stop portal for its users. OneLogin also works well for a mixed Windows/MacOSX environment. IT shops dependent on user provisioning may want to steer of this solution. If you require a very feature rich solution with many integrations for SSO, then OneLogin may be the right solution for you.
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May 18, 2018

OneLogin Review: "A better way to login."

Score 10 out of 10
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OneLogin is used throughout the organization. It gives us access to the tools we need to access to in a secure and easy to use central hub. We are able to customize what items we see and login without the worry of remembering a password. It lowers the amount of password related emails to the HelpDesk team and allows them to better track who has access to what.
  • Connects with a lot of different vendors, tools, and sites. It is also customizable to where you can add almost any site you are logging into. This makes it especially useful for team members who may use a tool that other team members within the company do not use.
  • It works. I've used a few keychain apps that work for a little while, or never work, and this app works 99.99% of the time. Only on one experience have I experienced issue access sites and that was due to user error.
  • It's easy to update passwords and usernames within the app. It allows password resets to be an easy process and lowers the time in updating items everywhere.
  • Customizing what is shown in the Frequent section would be nice. It lists some things in the frequent section that I do not frequently use but cannot add the tools that would be better suited in the area.
  • Customizing the Icons. A lot of companies use the same color schemes in their logos which causes you to click the wrong tool a lot of the time. This could also be resolved by allowing a user to move around the tools.
  • There are 3 tabs, one for Frequently Used, one for personal, and one for the company. To me having 2 tabs, 1 for all apps, and 1 for favorites would be less clunky.
OneLogin definitely has a range of people it could work for. Everything from individuals who just want a better login process. Small companies who are wanting a way to keep a better count of who has access to what, and large corporations that want to implement a login process that will reduce the number of helpdesk tickets due to forgotten passwords.
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September 23, 2016

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Score 8 out of 10
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This system OneLogin is used by the whole organization. We have a ton of systems that we subscribe to and need a centralized and secure rally point for users. Also allows us to audit access for users and do bulk changes to access as required and gives another organizational tool for managing users.
  • Manage IP restricted access
  • Activity log is brief and lacks detail.
  • UI is very slow.
  • Lock / Unlock mechanisms are buggy. Need to unlock via suspend, and use activity log instead of the toggle (not intuitive).
OneLogin is well suited for companies that use multiple systems for their work. It syncs well with Active Directory, and is an alternative to using SSO per page, and consolidates everything into an easy access portal. Time is saved for user productivity and IT management. Onelogin is also customizable for your needs.
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OneLogin is the eponymous identity and access management (IAM) product from the company in San Francisco featuring single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication, provisioning, cloud directory, and more.

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