Active Directory Isn’t Enough
Identity and Access Management goes way beyond just Active Directory these days. Do you have the tools in place to empower the “always on” worker, the co-mingling of company and personal business, compliancy, access and data loss? It’s time to think about your overall Identity & Access Management Strategy and we can help.
Microsoft’s Identity & Access Management Stack
Let’s talk Microsoft’s stack of tools including ADFS, SSO, Advanced Threat Protection, Multi Factor Authentication, etc. all part of Microsoft Identity Management Strategy. Whether it’s on premise or hybrid cloud we can create and manage identities to create secure environments that are also compliant.
- Active Directory Federation Services – AD FS is a standards-based service that allows the secure sharing of identity information between trusted business partners (known as a federation) across an extranet. When a user needs to access a Web application from one of its federation partners, the user’s own organization is responsible for authenticating the user and providing identity information in the form of “claims” to the partner that hosts the Web application. The hosting partner uses its trust policy to map the incoming claims to claims that are understood by its Web application, which uses the claims to make authorization decisions.
- Single Sign-On
- Microsoft Intune provides mobile device management, mobile application management, and PC management capabilities from the cloud. Using Intune, organizations can provide their employees with access to corporate applications, data, and resources from virtually anywhere on almost any device, while helping to keep corporate information secure.
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