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Matrix42 makes corporate single sign-on possible with MyWorkspace

Amsterdam, 7 April 2015 - Matrix42, software supplier of workplace management solutions, presents a new product for online ID and access management with MyWorkspace. It is a simple and secure multi-device single sign-on for access to all applications and data. Thanks to MyWorkspace, end users can quickly and easily access their favorite applications and the IT department can apply the compliance and security policies more easily. The solution brings all applications that an employee uses into a personal cloud, which gives access to all software with a single login. MyWorkspace is a further extension of the set of services and solutions of Matrix42, which enable simple and complete workplace management.

Average organization uses 66 SaaS solutions per year

The use of SaaS (Software as a Service) and web applications in the business environment has increased enormously in recent years. In 2014, Forrester Research predicted in the 'Application Adoption Trends: The Rise of SaaS' study that the average organization will use no less than 66 different SaaS solutions in 2015. Due to this increase, managers are more concerned about the protection of business-critical data and end-users have to work with more and more different online environments and associated login and registration procedures. MyWorkspace addresses these challenges.

MyWorkspace integrates seamlessly into the existing infrastructure and ensures that employees can quickly access software and applications, even if they are not pre-configured. The solution also provides extensive insight into the licenses used. This way, organizations get insight into the costs per employee, they can allocate licenses more efficiently and thus realize a saving. This while the quality of the internal IT services does not decrease or remains the same, but rises.

Anne-Jan van der Vlugt, Country Manager Benelux at Matrix42, says: "Security is complex, incredibly important and therefore a big challenge for every IT department. MyWorkspace offers IT the possibility to also apply the security and compliance policy in mobile software. At the same time, end-users will have easier access to their personal digital workplace, no matter what device they use and whether it is at home, at the office or on the road. They can have the right applications, documents and data everywhere, without having to log in again with separate devices. That increases their productivity and saves frustration. "

Organizations that want to use MyWorkspace can obtain insight into the specifications and request a trial period at

About Matrix42
Matrix42 is a supplier of workplace management software. The company offers progressive solutions for modern work environments under the motto: 'Smarter Workspace'. Matrix42 has more than 3, 000 customers worldwide, including BMW, Infineon and Carl Zeiss. The customers together account for 3 million workplaces that use a 'Workspace' management solution. Matrix42 is active in Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Sweden. The head office is located in Frankfurt, Germany. Matrix42 was founded in 1992 and since 2008 has been part of the Asseco Group, one of Europe's largest software providers.

Matrix42 wants to design the physical, virtual and mobile workplaces with its products and solutions. Here the end user is central and processes are automated and optimized. The solutions of Matrix42 meet the requirements of the modern professional and fit in with the own ICT environment of organizations. To make this possible, Matrix42 works together with Incit Technology, Tap Desktop Soltutions, Consulting 4IT and DSP IT Service. In the Benelux Matrix42 works together with Semanto, Dekkers Intermediair and Nutshell-IT. More information can be found at

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