Azure AD Conditional Access Policies
Azure AD Conditional Access policies in the new Azure portal offer a powerful integrated experience to meet your organization’s security and compliance needs. As we approach the sunset date of Azure AD in the classic Azure portal, it’s important that you move from policies at an app level in the classic […]
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Azure AD Conditional Access Policies
What’s new with Azure Active Directory from Ignite 2017
Prior to Ignite 2017, Microsoft worked diligently to turn on new capabilities for Azure Active Directory. That said, we wanted to recap that for you.
The next wave of conditional access is now
In June Microsoft introduced the general availability of the new conditional access admin experience in the […]
Azure AD admin center
Since Microsoft announced General Availability of the new Azure AD admin center back in May, it’s been used by well over 800,000 users from 500,000 organizations in almost every country in the world. This new admin center is the future for administration of Azure AD.
Microsoft has been listening to the feedback and […]
Cloud App Security: Require users to sign in again in case of suspicious behavior
Real-time remediation for security threats is a key challenge for companies, where attackers can move quickly to access critical data. Cloud App Security team is excited to introduce a new feature for threat protection through integration with Azure Active Directory: when a […]
Role Based Access Control (RBAC) has been a favorite feature for the System Center Configuration Manager community since it was introduced, and now it’s available in Intune. RBAC in Intune allows you to easily define who can perform various Intune tasks within your organization, and who those tasks apply to. RBAC gives you greater flexibility […]
Microsoft has been continuing to make progress on converging the Azure AD and Microsoft account identity systems. One of the big steps on this journey is to redesign the sign-in UI so both systems look consistent. On August 2nd, Microsoft was stoked to announce that this updated design is in public preview!
This is what’s changing:
Ransomware and Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS)
The rise of ransomware and its media presence in recent months has highlighted, perhaps now more than ever, the importance of robust security systems to detect and respond to devious and evolving threats. Extortion via ransomware is a big scare tactic – after all, victims can be of both […]
Back in January Microsoft had announced the integration of Azure Active Directory APIs with Power BI. This integration makes it easy to download pre-built content packs that give you visibility into everything happening in your Azure Active Directory tenant.
This content pack has been super popular, and Microsoft has received a ton of requests for additional […]
Microsoft Visio Viewer App
Diagrams help visually communicate information—they are excellent tools for demonstrating relationships between parts, simplifying complex ideas, articulating process, and explaining how things work. And they often contain sensitive company data that you want to protect.
If your users are creating or viewing diagrams in their work, they’re most likely using Microsoft Visio, and […]
The new Azure AD Console for Admins
Microsoft kicked off the public preview of their new Azure AD console at http://portal.azure.com and since over 750k admins from 500k organizations have tried it out.
This has been a huge effort across the entire Microsoft Identity Division and they are looking forward to having us use it.
You can try […]