The pandemic pushed companies across the globe to migrate their business-imperative workloads to cloud-based systems to facilitate working remotely. Looking for a reliable solution, many enterprises opted for Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) because of the platform’s ease of use, security features and the personal computing capabilities that Windows 10 offers, coupled with cloud technology. Find […]
The IT of business organizations has moved from the data center era to the cloud era and has embraced the open world of technology. Since these data centers came into being, identity and management play a vital role. Unlike the beginning of the data center era, identity in the multi-cloud environment is central, extending from the IT backbone to the user experience (UX). Windows Azure Active Directory services are not the same as the Windows Server Active Directory. Azure Active Directory (AAD) is Microsoft’s multi-tenant cloud-based identity management and directory service combining directory services, advanced identity governance, application access management and a rich standards-based platform for developers. From an IT admin perspective, Azure AD provides a cost-effective, efficient and easy-to-manage solution to provide business users and employees single sign-on access to cloud-based SaaS applications such as Office 365, Dropbox, Concur and Citrix.