OneLogin : Getting Ahead in 2017

2017 has brought about a great deal of change for OneLogin. The company improved service, appointed a new CEO and has transformed integral aspects of experiences for their customers. The results have been astounding and have significantly upped the standards of what to expect from OneLogin next year.

The new leadership of Brad Brooks comes with tried and tested years of experience. The newly selected CEO has spent more than a quarter century of his career working in the fields of technology and engineering innovation. These years of dedication have prepared him for the unique nature of OneLogin. Under this guidance the company has embarked on numerous avenues of change that have significantly influenced consumer outcomes.

In addition to having better systems when it comes to customers, OneLogin was recently ranked as one of the best spaces for employees to work. The accolade, bestowed on them from Fortune magazine, is the first recognition OneLogin has received regarding the quality of experience they provide to employees. Ultimately this speaks to the positive environment and strategies that they use to benefit people who work with them.

Multi-Factor Authentication has also been integrated in 2017. This makes it easier for users to feel safe and for the technology to keep up with industry standards. This will also recognize information about the user such as device details, location, network security and other parameters.

Additional technical improvements have been made to the app, allowing consumers to have better access points and to benefit from the technology in novel ways. Speed and accuracy have been boosted in recent releases for consumers. OneLogin is standing out with their clients based on a commitment to work with cloud computing as well.

With many computing systems designed for clients who prefer cloud storage and access points, it has become consistently more important that OneLogin operate in a compatible and user friendly manner. Web and cloud based storage may have required some novel connection points. However, OneLogin has overcome these challenges in order to offer clients unique solutions with customization. This has helped provide services to people who maintain their own server space or companies that prefer web based storage alone.

ClassDojo Is Revolutionizing The Classroom Experience

With the introduction of an education app, ClassDojo, classroom experience has become more meaningful, engaging and fun. The communication app uses photos, videos, and messages to connect teachers, students and parents. The connection between the three parties has ensured that everyone participates in the creation of an ideal classroom. This education platform has been effective, as it has boosted students’ performance in the school. The app allows teachers, parents and students to exchange instant messages, which can be translated into 35 languages. The app has improved the communication between parents and teachers. In the past, parents communicated with teachers using the phone.

ClassDojo has also helped teachers and students to improve the classroom culture by sharing feedback on the progress of various activities like team work and creativity. The app has a “stories” feature that allows the users to exchange photos and videos of the child’s progress throughout the day. Through ClassDojo, teachers and parents can access original content like video series that provides the children with adequate resources and tools to improve their classroom experience. In the recent past, ClassDojo partnered with Stanford PERTS and Harvard to create “Growth Mindset” video series and “Empathy” to help kids aged between 5 and 14 to improve their socio-emotional skills.

The story of ClassDojo dates back to 2011 when Sam and Liam joined the Imagine K12’s inaugural class and launched the app. With an overwhelming reception, ClassDojo had attracted more than 12,000 teachers within five weeks. After ten weeks, this number almost tripled to 35,000 teachers in the US. Sam and Liam introduced over 30 languages to the app. In the same year, they expanded the app to allow students to sign up before launching on IOS. In 2013, the educational app launched on Android and received Series A Funding. Since then, the two shrewd entrepreneurs have focused on expanding the platform by undertaking constant improvements. Recently, they introduced instant messaging, mentorship programs, and class stories. In 2015, TechCrunch Crunchie named ClassDojo as the Best Education Startup. Presently, the app has an active presence in 180 countries.