Whole new look and feel
The entire user interface has been revised, and updated to match the current HTML5 standard. All application scenarios have been greatly simplified; acceptance of tenfold by end users will improve.
Very user friendly
Not only that, a new, very user friendly self-service interface is available, from which users can not only request rights and other IT resources, but also directly and quickly access important tasks. This includes, for example, granting open requests, or a simple reset function for forgotten passwords. The ‘Assistance’ function helps end users not well versed in IT to register their request, even if they cannot name or are unable to find the desired resource.
New Evaluation Options
The new evaluation options provide better oversight regarding rights. The ‘Auditor’ function makes it easier to track rights changes in the active directory and on file servers, as well as in Exchange, SharePoint and other applications.
A new expert function for editing users simplifies the process for the IT administrator. This function displays all assigned rights for a single user in an easy to understand tree structure. New rights can simply be assigned using drag & drop from the quick search menu.
Another addition, the ‘Active Directory Pathfinder’, provides an easy to use graphic representation of active directory objects and group memberships. Tip: the pathfinder can be called directly from any active directory object in the interface.
In the profile system, workflows now ensure proper security and traceability for manual assignation of profiles. The profile comparison has also been simplified, and is now much more user friendly.
Additional options for standard reports now display even more information. For example, for every user directory position, the program can display the date on which access rights were granted and who approved the access.
Significant updates have also been made to the basic software. tenfold is now built on the latest Java Enterprise Edition 7 technology, and the most recent Java 8 Virtual Machine. Modernization provides significant performance improvements for the web frontend, which in turn has a positive effect on the user experience. In addition, the improved backend allows for a significant increase in development speed. This means that improvements can be made available in a much shorter time period than was previously possible.