Introducing ClassLink OneSync- Account Provisioning Done Right!
12-word description of app/product: ClassLink OneSync automatically imports your SIS and HR user lists into Microsoft Active Directory, Google, and Office365.
What does it help with? OneSync serves as a hub that connects any number of data sources, including student information, finance, HR, and OneRoster databases, to one or multiple directories, including Microsoft Active Directory, Azure/O365, and Google. OneSync not only automates account provisioning, it provides bidirectional account syncing, enabling schools to maintain accurate accounts and quickly and securely eliminate old or out of date accounts from their directory.
What grade and age range? n/a
Is this core/supplemental/special needs/extracurricular/professional development or what? n/a
What subject, topic, what standards is it mapped to? n/a
What lesson time does it use? n/a
What is the pricing model? A modest setup fee applies.
Are there services around it? ClassLink support is included.
What makes OneSync unique? OneSync does something that almost no other product does; it can bring back a list of users from Microsoft or Google and compare them to the student information system or human resources system.
A description of the characteristics--how is it designed for user interface, user experience? What instructional design principles are at work here? When combined with ClassLink Roster Server, which is certified for the OneRoster® data standard, you can provision into Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams. An intuitive interface combined with secure, fast processing, equates to time savings on behalf of district IT teams.