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Concerned About Active Directory Security for Your Customers?

Are you an MSP or IT service provider, concerned about Active Directory security for your customers? What if you could?… Reduce IT technical efforts by automating the process of updating many AD’s? Lower IT costs by reducing the time and technical skills required to manage client AD infrastructure? Apply quick and simultaneous AD user changes […]

Active Directory Identity Access Management (IAM) – How AD Managed Services Can Ensure Your Clients’ Information Stays Secure

There’s no denying that technology is central to modern businesses. Whether you’re engaged in e-commerce, stock trading, or virtual banking, technology generally controls how you do things. One of the main concerns with technological developments is the security of customers. While most companies do the best they can, data breaches are still relatively common. What […]

Active Directory – Managing Privileged Rights for Employees

Active Directory, simply called AD, is a directory service running on the Microsoft Windows Server. Its main function is to allow administrators to manage control access and permission to resources in a network. In AD, all of the data are stored as objects, which include users, applications, groups, and devices. These objects are then categorized […]

How Identity Synchronization Can Streamline Your Business

Are you an IT service provider, concerned about Active Directory security for your customers?  As an IT support service provider, your reputation is built on a level of trust and competence with your clients. Your clients entrust you with access to their most private business information as you manage and modify their Active Directory. The […]

Identity Access Management – A Brief History

Today, a wide variety of computer applications forms the backbone of modern business. As a result, proper identity access management (IAM) has become crucial in ensuring the efficiency and security of business operations. The typical employee uses an average of six to twelve applications during the normal workday. Each of these applications requires its own […]

ID Management Software – Assigning Roles and Rights

Managing access and permissions for multiple AD users can be very time-consuming. You’d need to keep a record of all your users, updating them one by one as necessary. It becomes even more problematic when you consider your staff and how you also need to manage their roles and rights within the system. Each move […]