Authorisation Categories Of Applications

Zluri supports the following authorisation status.


  1. Managed: These consist of the collection of apps approved by the IT admins and are either centrally deployed across the organisation, managed by a team or by an individual depending upon the usage requirement of the app.

  2. Unmanaged: This category lists the apps used by employees of the organisation but not managed or approved by IT admins. These are discovered through your SSO integrations.

  3. Restricted: These consist of the collection of apps that have been restricted for employee usage by IT admins. If any user attempts to use such an app, they would be unable to do so, and their user information would appear here.

  4. Needs Review: This category hosts the collection of apps in the review due to its security and compliance policies. Once the IT admin assigns the owner and authorisation status for a particular app in this category, it will be shifted to the Managed apps section.


Note: The following sections are repetitive and applicable to each authorisation status.

We can change the authorisation status of applications anytime we want through the “Bulk Edit” option. 


Zluri also supports different types of views on each authorisation status. They are as follows:


  • Main view: Contains most essential metrics such as owner, category, type, spend, usage, status(active/inactive), active user count, and cost. 

  • Renewal view: Tells us about upcoming renewals in a single view. Contains metrics such as owner, spend, contracts count, next renewal date, vendor count and cost.

  • View: This view shortage view shows top applications by usage. Contains metrics such as owner, usage, source, last used, department count, and inactive user count.

  • Spends top applications by spending: Contains metrics such as owner, spend, avg spend, and usage cost.

  • Custom view: Customers can create their custom view by selecting the columns they want.



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Authorisation Categories Of Applications

Modified on Fri, 30 Dec 2022 at 11:54 PM

Zluri supports the following authorisation status.


  1. Managed: These consist of the collection of apps approved by the IT admins and are either centrally deployed across the organisation, managed by a team or by an individual depending upon the usage requirement of the app.

  2. Unmanaged: This category lists the apps used by employees of the organisation but not managed or approved by IT admins. These are discovered through your SSO integrations.

  3. Restricted: These consist of the collection of apps that have been restricted for employee usage by IT admins. If any user attempts to use such an app, they would be unable to do so, and their user information would appear here.

  4. Needs Review: This category hosts the collection of apps in the review due to its security and compliance policies. Once the IT admin assigns the owner and authorisation status for a particular app in this category, it will be shifted to the Managed apps section.


Note: The following sections are repetitive and applicable to each authorisation status.

We can change the authorisation status of applications anytime we want through the “Bulk Edit” option. 


Zluri also supports different types of views on each authorisation status. They are as follows:


  • Main view: Contains most essential metrics such as owner, category, type, spend, usage, status(active/inactive), active user count, and cost. 

  • Renewal view: Tells us about upcoming renewals in a single view. Contains metrics such as owner, spend, contracts count, next renewal date, vendor count and cost.

  • View: This view shortage view shows top applications by usage. Contains metrics such as owner, usage, source, last used, department count, and inactive user count.

  • Spends top applications by spending: Contains metrics such as owner, spend, avg spend, and usage cost.

  • Custom view: Customers can create their custom view by selecting the columns they want.



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