OneLogin vs Symplified


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OneLogin
OneLogin provides the fastest path to identity management in the cloud with an on-demand solution consisting of single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, directory integration, user provisioning and a catalog with thousands of pre-integrated applications.
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Symplified
Cloud Identity Management for the Enterprise. Offers on-demand identity management and single sign on solutions for SaaS and cloud applications. Fully managed service that simplifies and secures access to cloud, mobile and on-premises applications while increasing IT control and visibility.
Comparing OneLogin vs Symplified is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like OneLogin has more user-friendly interface than Symplified because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots


To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that OneLogin is more popular than Symplified

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- OneLogin brings some smarts to multi-factor authentication (in 2017)
- OneLogin acquires Sphere Secure Workspace to gain mobile management (in 2016)
- VMWare launches single sign-on service (in 2011)
- OneLogin - Single sign-on for SaaS apps (in 2010)

Looks like OneLogin was recently more active than Symplified (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which OneLogin and Symplified meet head to head:

2010 - OneLogin - Single sign-on for SaaS apps to catch up with Symplified

OneLogin
Thanks to SaaS technology, a large number of business applications have appeared. Now companies can use multiple applications from different vendors (not just from Microsoft). But along with the wide variety of applications the problems of their integration and a single sign-on have come. Various platforms, marketplaces and SaaS associations are intended to solve these problems: Force.com, Intuit Partner Program, Google Apps Marketplace. OneLogin also tries to solve the single sign-on problem in simple and ingenious way. It is the centrally-administered username / password database + browser plugin, which makes working with a large number of SaaS applications very convenient.

It works like this. The user presses the button on the browser toolbar, and the page with list of all used applications is opened. Then he clicks on the needed application and logs in without entering login / password.

OneLogin
IT administrators can control all authentication data and sync it with Active Directory (or other directory via LDAP). It's also possible to limit allowed IP-addresses that can access apps. Of course, the level of security is dramatically increased.

In addition, OneLogin - is not just form-filler. It supports different authentication technologies, including OpenID, SAML, 2-factor authentication. But you can't use it with any application application - only with those that OpenLogin has official  integration. Although this list - is pretty long.

OneLogin