Whether it is a family or company affair, all human beings usually want to feel that sense of security whenever they are in a hotel or any other leisure facility. That is why such facilities make it one of their top priorities to give you the best while also ensuring that it does not have to be tedious for you. Apart from sufficient security personnel, keeping records of the visitors and employees within the vicinity of the company also plays an essential role in ensuring that the security is maintained. However doing so is not a walk in the park because most businesses usually get myriads of visitors each single day. Fortunately, One Login is here to change the game. The company recently partnered with Envoy a company which creates software that allows visitors and employees to sign in using digital methods such as I Pads. Through the use of applications supporting the SCIM protocol, clients can roll out fields such as the names, email or even location of the employees serving them. Thus making it easier to be able to sort issues which may come up. It also makes signing easy. That is possible because the employee is also informed about their incoming visitor through notifications thus they can prepare for them in advance.
About One Login
The company has been around for close to a decade having been founded back n 2009 by two brothers, Christian and Thomas Pedersen in San Francisco. One Login is an identity and access management company which ensures data security to its clients while also reducing the IT time through a single click access to smart phones and other digital appliances such as I pads and tablets. Its products are cloud based, and they include a single sign on, adaptive authentication, web access and mobile identity management, virtual LDAP and many others. Through its vast array of services, signing in for your visitors is as easy as one is to two, while the security is top notch. You are also able to keep track of your employee’s departure and arrival times, and they too are able to prepare to receive their visitors.
Learn more about OneLogin: https://hitechchronicle.com/2017/08/onelogin-is-changing-how-we-think-about-internet-security/