With DIVA Access Manager from TESIS SYSware, employees can request access rights to folders independently – making access management quick, secure and efficient. And all without having to contact the help desk. The request is sent straight to the responsible unit or project manager. Once approved, access is set up immediately and automatically. Access management the easy way!
DIVA is simple to use, and users do not need to perform a local installation (exception: the optional DIVA EasyDesktop add-on). So you can design all your access management processes efficiently and at minimum cost.
If an employee is denied access to a required folder, they can simply apply for the access rights themselves through the responsible unit or project manager. Employees no longer need to contact the help desk to request authorization, they can request access rights themselves using DIVA.
With this method, employees are instantly productive again and the help desk does not need to grant manual access so frequently – saving time and money.
DIVA is designed as a web application, meaning users do not need to perform a local installation (exception: the optional DIVA EasyDesktop Add-on). Using agents achieves a very high scalability in distributed environments especially, as agents run operations required locally.
This relieves the network load while lowering the amount of database accesses. Any number of agents can be installed with DIVA. If folders are expanded across countries or continents, additional agents are simply installed locally.
We fully comply with corporate compliance policies and legal regulations in accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR).
In the development of the TESIS SYSware products all protection objects that contain personal data and/or data with security relevance or confidential data were considered, e.g.
The following data protection principles were considered for defining the information objects with personal data:
Well-known international companies with high security requirements have been placing their trust in us for three decades, for example:
DIVA grows with your organization. The dimensions possible for folder and file administration are enormous: Our most comprehensive installation has over 200 million folders with well over 150,000 users.
A DIVA instance can manage folder structures across domains, for example organizational units that are separated by geographic location or field.
Various control and reporting functions ensure compliance with IT audit integrity requirements. Entitlement, for example, requires folder managers to check access rights at defined intervals. This prevents “abandoned” accounts from accumulating over time. Additional reporting and accounting functions ensure greater transparency. Independent experts have confirmed that our product complies with EU-GDPR.
The folder manager grants each employee the permissions they need via DIVA. They can then request additional rights directly from the folder/unit/project manager in the self-service web application with just a few clicks. This person then receives an e-mail request and can either grant, modify or reject access in a single step. In any case, the employee receives an automatic e-mail response right away.
Permissions to corresponding folders can be assigned during employee onboarding, or temporarily, e.g. for the duration of a project. This helps to assign permissions according to the principle “as little as possible, as much as necessary.”
DIVA is available not only in German and English (standard), but also in other languages. This increases user acceptance and lowers language barriers.
Tedious searches in complicated folder structures belong to the past – now the authorizations you need are available when you need them. Added comfort for the end user: the Microsoft Windows™ Explorer plug-in DIVA EasyDesktop allows you to execute the most important functions directly via the context menu of the respective folder.
DIVA-managed folders are identifiable from DIVA EasyDesktop by a blue icon directly on the folder. A right-click on the folder opens the context menu and immediately makes the following functions available: