Google Cloud has been building a relationship with Imprivata, a leading healthcare IT security provider. The two organizations are working to enable Chrome devices to work seamlessly with Imprivata OneSign®, a single-sign-on (SSO) platform.
Imprivata OneSign is the standard for healthcare facilities. This secure SSO for healthcare delivers an end-to-end authentication and access management solution that brings together authentication, single sign-on, and virtual desktop roaming, all through browser access with an easy login process.
Google Cloud has announced that Chrome is now actively supported by this solution after initially announcing plans for OneSign and Chrome compatibility in February 2019.
This latest announcement means Imprivata’s approximately 2,000 healthcare customers can now take advantage of highly secure, simple to manage, cloud-native devices powered by ChromeOS for their frontline healthcare workers' cloud connected devices.
Together, Chrome and Imprivata OneSign will deliver secure SSO for Chrome devices in the healthcare sector. With this single sign-on and virtual desktop access platform, healthcare workers will get No Click Access to Chrome cloud-connected devices for a secure, mobile workstation solution with a swipe of their badge. Imprivata OneSign can be used with Citrix and VMware, giving healthcare workers fast, seamless access to clinical systems.
Frontline healthcare workers will also get faster boot times and more secure endpoints powered by ChromeOS and secured by Imprivata. Onix is here to help make that happen.
We’re proud to announce that we have in-house technical engineers trained on the OneSign solution and how it works with ChromeOS. They are ready to work with healthcare clients who want to test using Chrome devices with Imprivata OneSign immediately.
Since 2008, Steve has been on the forefront of the transition to cloud-based services. He has helped companies like Whirlpool, Lexmark, Fujifilm America, Celestica, The New York Times, and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation make the transition to Google’s cloud-based services. Steve spent six years in the Navy, where he got his start in computers. During his service, he visited Japan, Thailand, Bali, Austrailia, Hong Kong, and more.MORE POSTS BY STEVE HOLLY, PRODUCT MANAGER, CHROME & DEVICES