Unified Access Management for Windows

Unified Access Management for Windows

There’s a new term that identity management vendors are throwing around. It’s called unified access management. Unfortunately, thus far, the term has been mainly used to reference centralized access to web and ...
AWS® Cloud Directory vs JumpCloud® Directory-as-a-Service®

AWS® Cloud Directory vs JumpCloud® Directory-as-a-Service®

There’s recently been some confusion about what a cloud directory is. Last year, Amazon announced their AWS® Cloud Directory service. Then, there is another cloud directory service called JumpCloud® Directory-as-a-Service® that is ...
user access management

Cloud-based User Access Management

User access management (UAM), also called identity and access management (IAM), refers to the process of managing user identities and administering their access to IT resources such as systems, applications, files, and ...
macOS Server

macOS® Server EOL?

Is macOS® server EOL (end-of-life)? It’s an interesting question. After all, IT admins use macOS Server to handle a variety of tasks, and one of them is to run Open Directory™ (OD) ...
what is cloud IAM

What is Cloud IAM?

What is Cloud IAM? In short, it refers to the ability to manage user identities and their access to IT resources from the cloud. Why should cloud IAM be a priority? To ...
Active Directory vs OneLogin

Active Directory® vs OneLogin™

The identity management marketplace is confusing, so as IT organizations shift to the cloud, there are a number of identity management categories that are being confused with each other. We often see ...
linux system management

What is Linux® System Management?

What is Linux® system management? Well, other than a common challenge in the modern office, Linux system management refers to the ability to manage Linux-based systems such as desktops, laptops, and servers ...
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