Like Active Directory, Azure AD provides authentication and access control services but has been specifically designed to support the unique needs of the cloud. Microsoft offers four editions with varying levels of functionality. This infographic outlines how they compare so you can weigh up which edition is the best fit for your organisation.
Application security professionals depend on infrastructure teams to build a secure foundation; and naming and directory services are a prime example of where this holds true. This tips explains how Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), helps assemble a solid platform that applications can trust.
Active Directory for Windows-based Lotus shops has left administrators with yet another account to manage. Learn about the password management challenges AD brings and the benefits of enabling users to use AD as a central authentication point.
Computer Weekly looks at how to find the best hybrid cloud provider for your organisation, the impact of hybrid cloud on the infrastructure manager and how Microsoft is catching up with the cloud market with Azure.
Applications, mobile devices, cloud computing, and web APIs unlock tremendous business opportunities—however, they also open your systems up to a broader set of unknown users. In this resource, you'll learn the basics of securing your web applications from the OWASP Top 10.
This benchmark evaluates Oracle Internet Directory performance under scales and throughput rates representative of those encountered in production use in both the communications industry and as part of large scale delivery architectures.
This essential guide from Information Security Magazine covers important topics around Identity and Access Management because managing proper access to applications and sensitive data becomes even more important in a recession. Download this E-Guide to learn more.
This case study describes Cisco IT's internal deployment of a storage area network (SAN) within the Cisco network, a leading-edge enterprise environment that is one of the largest and most complex in the world.
Qumranet is bringing to the market a solution that is optimized specifically for desktop deployment using a virtual desktop architecture leveraging the KVM hypervisor native in the Linux kernel.