Microsoft Identity Manager
Many environments, one Microsoft identity
WITH MICROSOFT IDENTITY MANAGER YOUR BUSINESS GETS...
Microsoft Identity Manager allows you to automatically synchronize user identities across directories and applications and ensure your environment remains compliant with security standards. Configured correctly, it ensures users have a more seamless experience with your technology and gives you the confidence you are audit ready.
We have been working with MIM and its predecessors FIM, ILM and MIIS for years. Our Microsoft certified consultants have extensive experience of connecting user identities across multiple environments, all while maintaining safe and secure access so you have the peace of mind your environments are compliant.
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