The management of accounts from a single device is possible when all the accounts are logged into the device and the identity is of the same person. The user of the device gets to make better use of the information from the web applications that are being used on the same device and in some cases; it is even possible to separate the profiles that arise out of the different application areas of the identities.
The work and the home profile can be programmed into the same device with each serving as a mask for the user to put on when they need to accomplish something on the home accounts and the work accounts. Sometimes, the work accounts are used to make access to work applications and work-related information easier as the application will provide the current identity for the user as well as information about the device that they are using to access the accounts. This is also a reason why modern information systems can keep a better track of the users that are on mobile devices as they are easier to keep track of using location-based information and other important statistics from the device.
The modern information users also mean that the home and work accounts will not interact and the home account will not even share information with the work account. This increases the efficiency and adds to the comfort for the users of the devices who can reach their work and home accounts without getting hampered by many requests for identity verification and authentication information from the applications. These applications are also designed to be as easy to use as possible and the user simply needs to move from one identity to the other whenever they need to use the applications and access the information that they currently need to have to perform something form the comfort of their mobile devices.
Mobile applications can also be categorized as home or work applications from mobile devices and even on the web browser which creates separate categories for these applications and as this goes, the users of the applications get to have a better organized digital lifestyle which makes access to information more flexible and cheaper to reach the application they need at the very moment they are looking to use them.
The modern user will not need to be cluttered by applications and the work-related accounts should not be corrupted or impeded by home accounts and this is why these identities and keeping them separate is useful for the user. The home account will be used when using local applications and whenever it is actively in use, the user is unable to move to the work account and in this way, they get to have a logical separation of concerns. The users of the applications are also able to secure all their information and as they work from the comfort of their devices, get to have all their digital identities kept separate.