What MSPs should know about multifactor authentication in Azure Active Directory
Multifactor authentication (MFA) requires users to submit two or more forms of identification when signing into a service, for example, requiring a user to enter a password and then confirm their identity by entering a unique code sent to them via text or email.
ADFS vs. Azure AD: What’s the difference?
If you’re a Microsoft partner or managed service provider (MSP) working with Microsoft Azure, you need to know which makes the most sense for your customers’ needs.
An MSP’s guide to Microsoft Cost Management for Azure
Are Microsoft Cost Management tools worth it for your MSP? The short answer is yes. Here's how to put Microsoft Cost Management to work for your business.
How to manage Microsoft’s transition from DAP to GDAP
In alignment with its mission to implement a Zero Trust security model across its products, services and entire partner ecosystem, Microsoft is putting an end to delegated admin privileges (DAP) in favour of more secure granular delegated admin privileges (GDAP). Admin privileges are essentially security measures that detail accesses between Microsoft partners—whether they’re indirect providers, […]
Your guide to Active Directory Federation Services
Isn’t it annoying to input your login credentials on all major platforms every time you log into them from a new device? Particularly when most platforms require using a complex password that’s difficult to recall off the top of your head. As technology becomes an integral aspect of our lives, it’s become normal to log […]