OneLogin

OneLogin varies-with-device

A cloud service that allows you to log into everything

OneLogin allows you to use one online tool to log in to all your programs, websites and devices. It is a service that is run on the cloud. You have to set up the service by giving it all your login information and your passwords. At the start of your day, you sign in to the OneLogin service. When you try to access one of your apps, a website account, or even one of your devices, then you are signed in automatically without having to enter a username or password. The tool also allows you to give permissions to other people so that they may sign in using the OneLogin tool without having to enter a series of usernames or passwords. The company calls the tool an identity access management solution, but in effect it is more like a single digital key that you may use to access all your online accounts and apps. Putting all your passwords in one place may not sit very well with you from a security perceptive, so you maybe shouldn't give it your bank passwords. View full description

PROS

  • Quickly access your many online accounts and apps
  • Work for any device that allows you Internet access

CONS

  • There seems to be a very obvious security risk putting
  • Setting and customizing is a little confusing

OneLogin allows you to use one online tool to log in to all your programs, websites and devices. It is a service that is run on the cloud. You have to set up the service by giving it all your login information and your passwords. At the start of your day, you sign in to the OneLogin service. When you try to access one of your apps, a website account, or even one of your devices, then you are signed in automatically without having to enter a username or password. The tool also allows you to give permissions to other people so that they may sign in using the OneLogin tool without having to enter a series of usernames or passwords. The company calls the tool an identity access management solution, but in effect it is more like a single digital key that you may use to access all your online accounts and apps. Putting all your passwords in one place may not sit very well with you from a security perceptive, so you maybe shouldn't give it your bank passwords.

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OneLogin varies-with-device