Microsoft is previewing an Azure Active Directory capability that lets organization have better control over application access by end users.
Microsoft announced a couple of "general availability" milestones for two Azure Active Directory products this week.
Microsoft plans to increase its Azure Active Directory certificate update pace, with the next rollover happening on Oct. 10.
Microsoft today initiated a blocking process to address potential "account overlap" issues when end users sign up to access Microsoft services.
Microsoft unveiled a preview today of its Azure portal's new Azure Active Directory features for administrators.
Microsoft plans to commercially offer its Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service and its Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management service, starting on Sept. 15.
Microsoft has improved its preview of the Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service for federated tenants and also expanded the preview to Europe.
Going the PowerShell route will save you time when creating a large batch of new Active Directory users.
Microsoft this week announced that its Azure Active Directory conditional access service for applications has reached "general availability" status.
Microsoft's Business to Consumer (B2C) Azure Active Directory service is now commercially available in North American markets.
Microsoft is unifying the code base used for its two client authentication solutions, with changes expected to show up next month.
Microsoft announced two new Azure Active Directory previews this week.
Microsoft has scheduled its next Azure Active Directory certificate rollover to take place on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016.
Microsoft has added greater flexibility to its role-based access controls for IT pros using the Azure Active Directory service.
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