[ARTICLE] This is the third and final article in a series covering Git-based Source Control for Microsoft 365 Tenant Admins by Andy Schneider from Ravenswood Technology Group. The first article introduced source control and how to get started with Git. The second article focused on collaboration with other developers using Git. In this article, […]
[ARTICLE] Source Control for Microsoft 365 Tenant Admins: Part II This is the second in a series of articles on Source Control for Microsoft 365 Tenant Admins by Andy Schneider from Ravenswood Technology Group. The first article introduced source control and how to get started with Git. In this article, you will learn how to
In this post learn how to implement claims-based application access control when Azure AD B2C is federated with another identity provider.
In this blog, I’ll show you how to configure a service provider-initiated SAML application to integrate with Azure AD B2C.
Azure AD B2C offers authentication as a service. Knowing the trade-offs between out-of-the-box user flows and custom policies can be a huge advantage.
Deciding who can access data is a key part of zero-trust. With Azure AD authentication contexts and other tools, you can do exactly this.
Shortcuts for when you’re building scripts to work with AD or working on servers with limited access to tools.
Until passwordless authentication is a more viable option, we must take steps to defend against password spray attacks. Azure Active Directory can help.