The Latest on our Product Updates

As a cloud-forward company ourselves, we understand and appreciate that our customers not only want but require an identity and access management solution that is as flexible as they are, while remaining secure and easy to use. To acknowledge and address that feedback, starting with this very blog post, we are implementing a more regular, ongoing series to give you details on the latest and greatest product and feature updates to Bitium.

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Without further ado, below are five new features we’ve been particularly hard at work on over the past couple of months.

1. Bitium Vault iOS App

Now Bitium users can take their passwords with them on their iPhone or iPad. This allows you to take your passwords with you, then quickly and easily copy them from your Bitium Vault to your application of choice. Click here to download.


2. Group Auto Provisioning

We’ve extended auto provisioning to groups - it is no longer necessary to manually create accounts in multiple places.  Now adding a user to a group will automatically provision that user to all applications associated with that group. 


3. Directory Sync

Automatically sync all of the users from your Google Apps directory into Bitium, eliminating an extra step. Now any time a new user is added to the primary directory, they are automatically added into Bitium. Additionally, for customers in our Premium Plan, directory sync can be configured with Active Directory and Human Resource Management Systems.


4. New settings to control the Bitium Dashboard look & feel

Now you can easily customize your dashboard to allow you to leverage the available screen real estate, for maximum dashboard visibility.


5. Designate a User as an Admin during invite

Now you can save time by assigning admin privileges to a user during the invitation process, instead of having to invite users, wait for them to join and then make them an admin.