Envoy and OneLogin Join Hand to Offer Simplified Access to Multiple Accounts

<p>Technology has made our lives much easier. We have apps and websites for every products and service that we need. One problem that many users face is remembering the account details of the different websites that we use. Every time they need to log in, they have to use their diary to know the username of passwords. Any times, people forget their login details that can put them in a fix. But, using a simple software, users can quickly log into multiple accounts and one of the top software that people are using today is Envoy.</p>

<p>Envoy is simple software that allows users to log into their office accounts securely through their iPad. With its popularity growing, Envoy has entered into a partnership with OneLogin that offers cloud-based management program to secure the logins. The program integrates the Envoy system using an authentication process to ensure that the details of its users are secured. The partnership will benefit both the companies and allow them to offer better services to their customers. The Envoy users will be able to access their personal information automatically by logging into the OneLogin directories. The entire process will also be updated automatically allowing users to log in easily. Any changes made to the login process will be sent to the directory.</p>

<p>OneLogin is a cloud-based identity and access management company that secured user access to different applications or devices. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and produces software that allows the employees of any particular company to sign into a secured account through multiple authentication processes. The company was set up in 2009 by Christian and Thomas Pedersen. While they were working on their software, Zendesk, they found out how their customers can benefit if their data was moved into the cloud. It was then that they started to work on IAM solutions for their customers that were not just secured but also much easier to use. The company launched OneLogin in 2010 after they secured funding from CRV. Over the years, they have partnered with many different software vendors to provide their services to organizations that are conscious about their data security.</p>