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Manage Cloud Identity and Access with Teamstack

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Providing team members with access to your web, mobile and legacy applications can be incredibly cumbersome. With so many logins, it’s easy to lose track of things. And security is always a paramount concern.

Simply put, there’s got to be a better way to manage all of this. Luckily, there is! Teamstack is a cloud identity management platform that provides your workforce with secure, convenient access. It works with 500+ applications, greatly simplifying the entire process.

By automating the ability for employees, contractors and customers to access the apps you use every day, working together becomes a seamless experience.

Let’s take a look at what Teamstack can do for your organization.

Teamstack home page.

Connecting People Securely

Teamstack offers pre-built integrations with your favorite apps, along with Single Sign-On and one-click user provisioning. This enables team members to securely log into the applications they need – and without compromising security.

Just as great, it’s all rolled together in one, easy-to-use package. Here’s what you can expect:

Integration with Top Applications

If it’s vital to your organization, Teamstack likely integrates with it. With a selection of over 500 top applications, you’ll be able to connect with the tools you use to run your business.

Apps such as Google G Suite, Amazon Web Services, GitHub, Slack, Dropbox, Salesforce and Microsoft Office365 are just the tip of the iceberg. See the full list of available integrations to find what you need. Looking for something else? You can easily request your app if it is not supported yet.

Teamstack integration list.

Enterprise-Grade Security

Teamstack uses best-in-class security features to help protect your business. Use the included dashboard to set security policies, like multi-factor authentication and password requirements. You can even target them to your entire organization or just specific users.

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Cloud Directory

Use the Teamstack Cloud Directory to securely manage all of your users and groups. You can create users within the Cloud Directory or import them from outside sources. Plus, users are synchronized in real-time – so your data will always be up-to-date.

The Cloud Directory offers fine grain control of users. Check out individual user logs and even suspend accounts. Add users to groups and set permissions and authentication policies.

Audit Trail

Teamstack’s Audit Trail is designed to help you stay on top of what your users are doing. Find out when they’ve logged in, requested credentials and logged out. In addition, you’ll also find each user’s IP address, location and browser information. This will help you spot malicious login attempts and tighten security.

Teamstack audit trail screen.

One-Click Provisioning

Take the pain out of onboarding (or offboarding) users with Teamstack’s one-click provisioning. A single click can add or remove users from all of your applications. This reduces risk and increases efficiency. And, by adding users to an existing group, they’ll automatically gain the necessary permissions to access what they need.

Teamstack provisioning screen.

Single Sign-On

Both users and your IT department will love Teamstack’s Single Sign-On capabilities. Users can enter their credentials once and access all of their apps via the Teamstack Application Dashboard or the handy browser extension.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a simple way to increase account security. Teamstack supports a number of popular methods, including WebAuthn (FIDO2), TOTP (Google Authenticator), SMS Codes and more.

What’s more, you can set policies on a per-user or app basis – protecting your most sensitive data. In addition, use context-based denials to deny access from high-risk locations or IP addresses.

SAML Applications

Passwords? They’re a thing of the past with SAML. These applications work by transferring a user’s identity from Teamstack to the service provider. This offers the ultimate convenience for users, while still remaining secure.

Browser Extension for Form Based Applications

For apps that do require passwords, the Teamstack browser extension can work wonders. Users can move between applications as Teamstack enters account credentials for them. Most major browsers are supported, including Google Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge.

Teamstack browser extension screen.

Take Control of Identity Management for Free

Want to avoid the headaches of managing users across all of your company’s applications? Teamstack can help you streamline the process. It’s fast, easy and secure.

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