Office 365 Single Sign-On: High Availability without High Complexity
sponsored by Centrify Corporation

Providing single sign-on (SSO) capabilities between on-premise networks and Office 365 can be a complex and expensive process. While Microsoft offers SSO with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), achieving high availability through this method is quite unpredictable.

Inside, uncover the issues plaguing the use of ADFS for SSO and learn about a solution that eliminates the need for ADFS and provides highly-available SSO to Office 365, allowing your users to remain productive wherever and whenever they work.

Gain insight into this Microsoft-validated solution that leverages your existing Active Directory infrastructure to provide reliable, available, and easy-to-use SSO for end-users and IT alike.

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