Technology is making the life of human beings simpler every day. A company in San Francisco has developed software that allows its clients to sign in for different services using an iPad. With the application of this technology, the use of old and insecure logbooks is a thing of the past now. The system allows the user to automate various processes at check-in. For ease of use, the system will require that the user provide a visitors badge for visitors, a digital NDA as well as the primary host notification. The primary consumers of this advanced technology are the big firms that want to increase productivity while ensuring that security is intact.
For these enterprises, tracking the movement of customers in and out of the premises can be mind boggling to various IT experts at the firm. The main reason being that they have to keep on updating the user access across multiple applications in order to guarantee an efficient and a smooth end user satisfaction. With this technology, the firm should consider making use of the OneLogin technology. The technology makes use of the SCIM protocol that is commonly known as on/off loading. In the recent past, the contract has been made available to various premium clients.
Having applications that are SCIM enabled has enabled accelerate the rolling out of the application to different users. The system is even made simpler by synching all the user features and attributes to a precise desired location. In this case, the user gives his details. These may include the location, email, and the individual names. Once they are all fed into the system, they can all be accessed at one point; the OneLogin. For enhanced results, the system allows for continuous synchronization to ensure that any changes made are reflected on the SCIM protocol.
Normally, it is virtually impossible for the IT department to manage the employees and user details manually. The introduction of this technology has indeed come to save this unit. Efficiency has increased, and duplication of roles is a thing of the past now. All the data entered into the OneLogin interface is synced, integrated and saved into the Envoy.