ZTNA as a Service Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Arun Kumar V says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Manager- IT Operations at Yodlee
1. Active Directory Sync, as its useful for pre-assigning apps, can also be used for de-provisioning apps for exiting users 2. Shared apps with common password can now be managed centrally without revealing the credentials 3. User and Apps Management 4. Desktop Single Sign On 5. Auto-provisioning 6. Flexibility to integrate In-house applications 7. Password Self Service 8. Support non-domain users 9. Group based app assignment (okta, AD, pushgroup) 10. Adaptive MFA 11. Workflow for app requests View full review »
Esteban Quinones says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Manager, Identity Management Services at Verisk Analytics
SSO and MFA for improved end-user experience, and protection against password spray attacks, account password self-service. Extend Identity Authentication and authorization management operations. Extend the existing IAM identity and account operations to divisional administrative and help desk personnel. This improves the consistency of the identity management processes across the organization. Obfuscating the AD account infrastructure from the application infrastructure to reduce risk and vulnerabilities associated with tying externally facing applications to corporate accounts. View full review »
reviewer526575 says in a Duo Security review
VP of Product at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable aspect is the authentication and the SSO. They also focus on MFA, which is the multi-factor authentication. They are doing this very well. View full review »
reviewer1099659 says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Application Support Leader at a software R&D company with 201-500 employees
This solution allows us to do the provisioning. Also the most important for us is the ability to enable and disable features for employees as they onboard and offboard. View full review »
reviewer975720 says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable aspects of the solution are the integration with external websites one-factor authentication. View full review »
BrunoSTOFFEL says in a Zscaler Private Access review
Global Knowledge Based Engineering Manager at Tenneco Inc.
The only advantage I see is no more connection is required by the users. It is attached to the single-side logon with our key directory. That is the most valuable feature. With AT&T, we had another way to connect with the user. We had no single-side logon solution. Zscaler Private Access is a single-side logon solution. We don't need to connect anymore. It is automatically connected when you log on in Windows. That is the only advantage I see because it is a bit slower. View full review »
reviewer1067106 says in a Duo Security review
IT Security Analyst with 5,001-10,000 employees
The feature that we find most valuable is Duo's ability to provide MFA via mechanisms that do not require a smartphone. We have many users who either refuse or are unable to use a smartphone. Buying them hardware tokens is out of the question, as well. The availability of mechanisms that can achieve MFA, but do not rely on either of those two supplementary elements, is critical for our user population. View full review »
reviewer947787 says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Principal/Director at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
Okta's great for their federation capabilities where it lets the IT team enable business with anyone using common federation features across SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, and internal applications. The Multi-Factor Authentication capability lets you address one of the biggest challenges around security - MFA to make it hard for adversaries to get into your systems. View full review »
Jaskeerat Singh says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* The ease of JIT provisioning. * Wide range of MFA options. I prefer "Okta Verify" out of them all. * Last, but not least, the ease of writing rules. View full review »
Marc Johannes says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Service Desk Administrator at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We can have all our applications in one central base where you can log into it and access it without having to enter your password for each application. This is because it saves your credentials and updates them accordingly. View full review »
Informat2f02 says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Information Security Design Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
* UD * SSO functionality * MFA and Adaptive MFA functionality * Ability to link multiple Directory databases with UD View full review »
Hazwan Ariffin says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Application Support Engineer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
Other than Okta being an easy and awesome integration tool, one of the best features it has is the provisioning and deprovisioning, which makes management way easier. You don't need to be too technical to understand how it works. They also have a good knowledge base that helps end-user to self-serve. View full review »
James Lambert says in an Okta Workforce Identity review
Sr. Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The feature that is most valuable to me is the automated user provisioning that we set up using Okta as a major part of that process. We put the process in to save time and increase accuracy in the user-provisioning process. Most everything is driven from our HR system thereby limiting manual input and duplication of work when provisioning accounts. Accounts are disabled as soon as the account is terminated in the HR system. View full review »