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Quickly becoming Microsoft's crux offering, Azure is a cloud platform for infrastructure and more. Azure Active Directory, however, is not a cloud version of Active Directory, unlike JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service.

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Azure AD Without a Local Server

Admins might use Azure Active Directory for its SSO capabilities, but they’ll need additional solutions to implement fully cloud-based IAM.

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Azure AD vs. ADFS

This comparison between Azure AD and AD FS explores how the Microsoft offerings overlap, where they differ, and potential alternatives.

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The Risk of Microsoft Owning Your Identity

With Active Directory struggling to authenticate modern IT infrastructure, IT teams are concerned about the risk of Microsoft owning your identity.

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Understanding Azure AD’s Free Tier

For admins considering AAD as their solution to cloud identity management, understanding Azure AD Free can mean a world of difference.

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Azure AD for Small Businesses

SMBs interested in moving their directory services to the cloud may find value in Azure AD, but can it authenticate users to all their resources?

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Azure AD for Remote Users

Can you use Azure AD to manage IT resources for remote users? There are some circumstances Azure AD fits in, but it comes with limitations.

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Total Cost of Ownership of Azure AD

Many factors and additional services come into play when you calculate the total cost of ownership of Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory.

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Limitations of Policies within Azure AD

Active Directory’s Group Policy Objects (GPOs) have been indispensable to system-level policy management, but Azure AD’s policies extension has limitations.