Yesterday, I came across a Gartner report that released their Magic Quadrant for Identity Management as a Service (IDaaS) here. I wasn’t shocked to see after under a year in Market, Microsoft’s Azure AD Premium was right in the top right of the “Visionary” quadrant, surpassing many of its long-time vested competitors.   Identity truly […]

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In this episode we talk about new things in Azure since Build & Ignite. Trevor talks about DSC, the Azure Resource Manager API, and does a deep dive on PowerShell Classes NEW to V5. We look at new Azure Automation features and some of what Microsoft Operations Management Suite has to offer. And I do […]

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Came across this interesting tidbit today when enabling and testing Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) with a customer. Microsoft used to require you to enter your old password for validation before issuing a reset. Unfortunately that opened up a few issues for users that may have forgotten their password or need to reset it after expiration. […]

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In this session, I’ll review Conditional Access with Azure AD Premiums and how we can leverage its powerful policy based evaluation engine to create access rules for any Azure AD connected application. More sensitive apps can be assigned stricter policies, such as requiring Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) from a registered device while less sensitive apps can […]

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In this session, I Azure focus on ich how Microsoft’s Enterprise for Mobility Suite, wholesale nba jerseys combining Azure AD Server Premium, Intune and Rights Management Services can enable your mobile cheap jerseys workforce Die and increase wholesale jerseys productivity and Buy security.

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Today we’re going to walk through setting up Microsoft Azure AD’s new Conditional Access for Federated Applications, such as Workday, Salesforce, Concur and Google Apps for Work. In order to start, we assume that you already have application federation in place, today we’ll be working with Salesforce. If you haven’t worked with federated applications yet, […]

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