In cooperation with OneLogin, the Telekom subsidiary T-Systems is establishing Identity and Access Management as a Service (IDaaS). This enables access to cloud services and applications via various devices.
With the solution of OneLogin, an identity and access management specialist, T-Systems now offers unified access management for up to 4000 cloud services. This allows users who use different cloud services to easily and quickly log in to all services and business applications from different endpoints.
The Identity and Access Management as a Service (IDaaS) provide T-Systems and ONELOGIN ready together for one of the cloud data centers Telekom in Germany. OneLogin delivers pre-built more than 4,000 pre-configured application connectors, including T-Systems cloud services, which include Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce.com, and Successfactors.
The OneLogin solution can be used not only in the cloud as identity management, but also in classic applications. Authentication methods for single sign-on or two-factor authorization are running in the background.
“OneLogin also addresses future requirements for cloud and digitization solutions with identity management , and makes it easier for end users and administrators to work with our multi-cloud ecosystem,” said Frank Strecker, responsible for Cloud and Cloud Partners in T-Systems’ Digital Division. “Our collaboration is also an expression of our high level of expertise as a technology-independent cloud integrator – we make it as easy as possible for our customers to use cloud services.”
For T-Systems, this is an important step, as the company now offers a range of services and services through the cloud marketplace to companies in different industries and sizes. Interested parties can experience the new technology cooperation in addition to numerous other solutions and products at the CeBIT in Hanover from 14 to 18 March live on the stand of Deutsche Telekom in Hall 4, Stand C38 .
Workers badly prepared for digital revolution
Traditional business enterprises are coming under increasing pressure. The new digital world of work demands fundamentally new directions for employee collaboration at all levels of the hierarchy. This includes, for example, a new understanding of leadership, teamwork and new concepts for education and training. The goal is to master the digital transformation with the company.
CSC wanted to know how far companies are living up to these demands, and in February commissioned a survey of 1,500 full-time employees on Digital Agenda 2020 – Human Resources in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The result is thoroughly sobering, because workers in Germany are insufficiently prepared for the digital world in their own company. With their existing structures, they believe that companies will not be able to set the course for the new demands of the digital workplace. Of these, at least 88 percent of employees are convinced.
Among other things, the survey asked how far their own work has changed as a result of digitization, whether it will change in the near or distant future, or whether the digital transformation might have no impact on the work. Well, every second person indicates that their own work has already changed as a result of digitization, and around 80 percent of respondents see themselves affected by digital changes in the future.