• Single sign-on to any cloud and on-premises web app • Preintegrated with Salesforce.com, Office 365, Box, and many more • Enforce multi-factor authentication with SaaS • Works with multiple platforms and devices • Integrate with on-premises Active Directory • Enterprise scale and SLA
Azure Active Directory is a comprehensive identity and access management cloud solution that provides a robust set of capabilities to manage users and groups. It helps secure access to on-premises and cloud applications, including Microsoft online services like Office 365 and many non-Microsoft SaaS applications. Azure Active Directory comes in 3 editions: Free, Basic, and Premium.
Enable single sign-on to simplify user access to thousands of cloud applications from Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices. Users can launch applications from a personalized web-based access panel or mobile app using their company credentials. With the Application Proxy module you can go beyond SaaS applications and publish on-premises web applications to provide secure remote access and single sign-on to them.
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication prevents unauthorized access to both on-premises and cloud applications by providing an additional level of authentication. Protect your business and mitigate potential threats with security monitoring and alerts and machine learning-based reports that identify inconsistent access patterns.
Delegate important tasks to your employees, such as resetting passwords and creating and managing groups. Provide self-service password change and reset and self-service group management with Active Directory Premium.
Extend Active Directory and any other on-premises directories to Azure Active Directory to enable single sign-on for all cloud-based applications. User attributes can be automatically synchronized to your cloud directory from all kinds of on-premises directories.
Active Directory Premium can provide the level of scale and reliability required by enterprises. It’s a high availability service hosted in globally distributed datacenters. The service handles billions of authentications each day from more than 200 million active users and provides a 99.9% SLA.
• Safeguard access with mobile apps, phone calls, and SMS • Deploy on-premises or in the cloud • Reduce risk, meet compliance requirements • Protect Office 365, Salesforce, DropBox, and other SaaS apps • Use with VPN, Microsoft IIS, RADIUS, LDAP • Real-time fraud monitoring and alerts
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication helps safeguard access to data and applications while meeting user demand for a simple sign-in process. It delivers strong authentication with a range of easy verification options—phone call, text message, or mobile app notification—allowing users to choose the method they prefer.
Multi-Factor Authentication helps protect your business with security monitoring and machine-learning-based reports that identify inconsistent sign-in patterns. To help mitigate potential threats, real-time alerts notify your IT department of suspicious account credentials.
Use Multi-Factor Authentication Server on your premises to help secure VPNs, Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services, IIS web applications, Remote Desktop, and other remote access applications using RADIUS and LDAP authentication. Turn on Multi-Factor Authentication in Azure Active Directory to add an extra verification step to all of your cloud-based applications and services.
Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365 helps secure access to Office 365 applications at no additional cost. Multi-Factor Authentication is also available with Azure Active Directory Premium and thousands of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, including Salesforce, Dropbox, and other popular services.
Multi-Factor Authentication adds a layer of security to your Azure administrator account at no additional cost. When turned on, you need to confirm your identity to spin up a virtual machine, manage storage, or use other Azure services.
Using the SDK, you can also integrate Multi-Factor Authentication into your application’s sign-in or transaction processes, leveraging your application’s existing user database.
Site Recovery monitors the state of your protected instances continuously and remotely from Azure. When replicating between two sites you control, your virtual machines’ data and replication remains on your networks. All communication with Azure is encrypted. When replicating to Azure as the secondary site, your data is encrypted and you can also select encryption for data at-rest.