2017 came to an end with mixed reviews, but OneLogin certainly had quite a year. This San Francisco native IAM provider services several high end clients such as popular home/lifestyle website Pinterest, furniture company Steelcase, and Berklee College of Music to name a few. OneLogin provides their clients with resources such as Mobile Identity Management, Cloud Directory, Desktop Authentication, and more. The co-founders (and brothers) Thomas and Christian Pedersen pride themselves on providing security for web-users across the country.
One way that OneLogin promotes a sense of pride and satisfaction in the work of their employees is creating a list of their top moments of the year. This past year accumulated to seven points that really stood out in the tech security industry, and OneLogin will continue to use these moments to keep making their company better and better. Their top moments are as follows and can also be found on their website.
- They hired a new CEO. Brad Brooks brings tons of professional experience to the table and OneLogin seems to be excited about where he will take the company in the years to come.
- OneLogin was named on of the best workplaces of 2017. And this was no small feat; they earned a spot in the Top Ten Best Places to Work in the Bay Area by Fortune Magazine. However, they’re used to the limelight; OneLogin has been consistently recognized by other credible organizations as a fantastic place to make a career.
- In 2017, OneLogin welcomed Airbus (an astronautics and space manufacturer)to their list of customers. You could say that when it comes to their clients, they really reach for the stars.
- Happy people, happy company. Positive reviews and testimonials abounded in 2017 for OneLogin.
- They strengthened their security even further by unveiling a new authentication functionality.
- Zoom zoom. OneLogin’s app access got a speedy upgrade to the delight of their customers. Not only is it faster, but it’s smarter to customize individual needs.
- Finally, access is easier than ever. OneLogin’s clients are the priority, as they should be.
Learn more about Onelogin: https://technewsspy.com/2017/08/24/onelogin-breaks-down-what-online-privacy-means-in-2017/