Centrally manage identities across your data center and the cloud with a mobile device management software solution, providing secure single sign on to all of your applications. Managing identity is just as important in the public cloud as it is on premises. To help with this, Microsoft Azure Identity And Access Management supports several different cloud identity technologies. You can run Windows Server Active Directory (Microsoft AD) in the cloud using virtual machines created with Azure virtual machines. This approach makes sense when you’re using Azure to extend your on premises data center into the cloud. You can use Azure Active Directory to give your users single sign on to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications. Office 365 uses this technology, for example, and applications running on Azure or other cloud platforms can also use it. Applications running in the cloud or on premises can use Azure Active Directory Access Control.
Microsoft Azure Identity and Access Management solutions help IT protect access to applications and resources across the corporate data center and into the cloud, enabling additional levels of validation such as multi factor authentication and conditional access policies. Monitoring suspicious activity through advanced security reporting, auditing and alerting helps mitigate potential security issues. Azure Active Directory Premium provides single sign on to thousands of cloud (SaaS) apps and access to web apps you run on-premises. Azure Active Directory extends on premises Microsoft Active Directory into the cloud, enabling users to use their primary organizational account to not only sign in to their domain joined devices and company resources, but also all the web and SaaS applications needed for their job. Not only do users not have to manage multiple sets of usernames and passwords, application access can be automatically provisioned or de provisioned based on organizational groups and their status as an employee.
Microsoft Azure Identity And Access Management
Microsoft Azure Identity And Access Management solutions help IT protect access to applications and resources across the corporate data center and into the cloud, enabling additional levels of validation such as multi-factor authentication and conditional access policies. Monitoring suspicious activity through advanced security reporting, auditing and alerting helps mitigate potential security issues. Synchronize identities between directories, databases, and applications. With Microsoft Azure Identity And Access Management you get self-service passwords, group, and certificate management. Increase admin security with policies, privileged access, and roles and thwart identity theft with Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM). Common identity — simplify identity life-cycle management with automated workflows, business rules and easy integration with heterogeneous platforms across the data center and cloud. Automate identity and group provisioning based on business policy and implement workflow driven provisioning through a single interface.
Self–Service And Single Sign-On
Employees are more productive when they have a single username and password to remember and a consistent experience from every device. They also save time when they can perform self-service tasks like resetting a forgotten password, or requesting access to an application, without waiting for assistance from the helpdesk. With Single Sign-On. users only have to enter one set of credentials to access to their web apps in the cloud and behind the firewall-via desktops, smartphones and tablets. This greatly increases productivity while keeping data secure. Policy-driven password security and multi-factor authentication ensure that only authorized users get access to sensitive data. You can implement more demanding password policies such as required length, complexity and restrictions on password reuse, as well as session timeout and password reset self-service policy to heighten protection without impeding your users. With Single Sign-On desktop, users can leverage the secure profiles of laptop and desktop computers.
As employees bring their personal devices to work and adopt readily available SaaS applications, maintaining control over their applications across corporate data centers and public cloud platforms has become a significant challenge. Microsoft has proven experience in identity management through Windows Server Active Directory and Forefront Identity Manager. Now Microsoft has extended our offerings to provide you with a powerful set of cloud based identity and access management solutions on Azure Active Directory. Unify access — reduce the number of usernames and passwords needed to login. Ensure admin accounts are only going where they need to go and doing what they need to do. Groups can automatically update their membership to ensure only the right people have access to your resources. Access security — enable application access security by enforcing rules based multi factor authentication for both on premises and cloud applications.
Microsoft Azure Identity And Access Management
Protect your business with identity and access management in the cloud. Get Single Sign-On to thousands of cloud apps and access to web apps that you run on-premises with Azure Active Directory Premium. Built for ease of use, Azure Active Directory management tools enable collaboration and deliver holistic identity protection and adaptive access control. Azure Active Directory provides secure Single Sign-On to cloud and on-premises applications including Office 365 and thousands of SaaS applications such as Salesforce, Workday, DocuSign, ServiceNow, and Box. Connect Active Directory and other on-premises directories to Azure Active Directory in just a few clicks and maintain a consistent set of users, groups, passwords, and devices across both environments.
Users can launch applications from a personalized web-based access panel, mobile app, Office 365, or custom company portals using their existing work credentials — and have the same experience whether they’re working on iOS, Mac OS X, Android and Windows devices. Access your on-premises web applications from everywhere and protect with multi-factor authentication, conditional access policies, and group-based access management. Users can access SaaS and on-premises web apps from the same portal.
IAM Cloud is an advanced identity management platform wholly hosted on Azure. IAM Cloud helps organizations to successfully implement, deliver and manage IT. IAM Cloud’s features include an enterprise-grade identity management system, federation and Single Sign-On, cloud drive mapping to SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, automated Microsoft SKU licensing, email and Active Directory migrations, MIS integration, session timeout control, MFA, self-service password resets, and customer identity management. IAM Cloud helps organizations to become more agile, secure and productive, as well as helping save a large amount of time and money. IAM Cloud doesn’t require any on-premises equipment.
The IAM Cloud platform can be deployed rapidly with turnkey simplicity, and is attractive to LSPs wanting to maximize consumption. It’s fully-extensible for developers via an API & SDK, and highly-customizable for IT Administrators through a user-friendly web-based Admin Portal. IAM Cloud also offers a free SSO Toolkit to ISV partners to help them offer robust identity and access functionality within their own software. IAM Cloud is offered as a service, with a full customer success program included within the price to ensure organizations are fully supported throughout onboarding and day-to-day use — including configuration changes and adding new applications — and also if it ever came to it, through off boarding from IAM Cloud too.
As employees bring their personal devices to work and adopt readily available SaaS applications, maintaining control over their applications across corporate data centers and public cloud platforms has become a significant challenge. Microsoft Enterprise Mobility And Security has extended it's offerings to provide you with a powerful set of cloud based identity and access management solutions on Azure Active Directory. Increase productivity and reduce helpdesk costs with self-service and Single Sign-On experiences — employees are more productive when they have a single username and password to remember and a consistent experience from every device.
Extend Active Directory
Connect Active Directory and other on-premises directories to Azure Active Directory in just a few clicks and maintain a consistent set of users, groups, passwords, and devices across both environments. Azure Active Directory Connect will integrate your on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory. This allows you to provide a common identity for your users for Office 365, Azure, and SaaS applications integrated with Azure Active Directory.
Integrating your on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory makes your users more productive by providing a common identity for accessing both cloud and on-premises resources. Azure Active Directory Connect is made up of three primary components, the synchronization services, the optional Active Directory Federation Services component, and the monitoring component named Azure Active Directory Connect Health.
Allow users to self remediate identity issues, including group membership, smart card and password reset functions. An easy to use interface delivers increased productivity and satisfaction. High availability — take advantage of the high availability and reliability of a worldwide, enterprise-grade, cloud-based identity and access management solution. Protect data — discover and map permissions across multiple systems to individual, assignable roles. Use role mining tools to discover permission sets for users across the enterprise to be later modeled and applied centrally.
Increase visibility into compliance and the security state of systems across the organization with in-depth auditing and reporting. Single Sign-On — provide single sign on access to your applications including thousands of pre-integrated SaaS apps. User productivity — improve user productivity with self-service password reset and application access requests for directories in the data center and the cloud. Secure remote access — provide secure remote access to on premises web applications through Azure Active Directory Application Proxy.