Updated visual design for self-service group management experience
Amongst the big announcements coming out of San Francisco Thursday is that the Azure Active Directory (AD) Premium identity and access management service will be available in April.
Azure AD provides a rich standards-based platform that enables developers to deliver authentication and access control to their applications, based on centralized policy and rules. The Microsoft Azure Active Directory provides an easy single sign-on experience to more than 1,200 cloud services, including Box, Concur, Salesforce.com and Microsoft cloud services such as Office 365, Windows Intune and Dynamics CRM – on nearly every device and browser. With Azure AD Premium, customers can reset forgotten passwords, manage their groups and set up company branded portals for launching these SaaS applications with a single set of corporate credentials.
For all the details on Azure AD Premium, read more from Alex Simons, director of program management for Active Directory. And to find out more about Thursday’s announcements, check out this press release on the Microsoft News Center.
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