Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog

Cleaning up the #AzureAD and Microsoft account overlap

Howdy folks, We receive pretty regular feedback about how the split between our cloud identity systems — work/school accounts in Azure Active Directory and personally owned Microsoft accounts (formerly known as “Live ID” accounts) – can make for some pretty confusing user experiences. In particular, we know many of you have pretty strong feelings about...

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Enterprise Mobility – what does it really mean?

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Digital transformation highlights the growing need for securing corporate data as employees interact and collaborate across mobile devices and cloud apps. Microsoft is committed to delivering an innovative approach to securing this transition for our customers. Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) delivers identity-driven security without getting in the way of your users’ productivity experience....

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Securing your digital transformation with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security

Digital transformation highlights the growing need for securing corporate data as employees interact and collaborate across mobile devices and cloud apps. Microsoft is committed to delivering an innovative approach to securing this transition for our customers. Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) delivers identity-driven security without getting in the way of your users’ productivity experience....

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#AzureAD and PingAccess: Partnering to bring you Secure Remote Access to even more On-Premises Web Apps.

#AzureAD and PingAccess: Partnering to bring you Secure Remote Access to even more On-Premises Web Apps.

Howdy folks, Today I am thrilled to share the news that Ping Identity and Microsoft are partnering to provide secure access to on-premises web applications through the Azure AD Application Proxy and PingAccess. This partnership will expand the reach of Azure AD for customers and is a key proof point of our vision that “Identity...

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How we protect #AzureAD and Microsoft Account from lists of leaked usernames and passwords

Howdy folks!, Last week there was a lot of news coverage about a list of 272 million stolen username and passwords that were available from a Russian hacker named “The Collector”. Given all the attention this list received, I thought you might be interested in how we protect user accounts from being hacked when something...

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