PimMeNow is a small PowerShell GUI Tool that handles Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM) connects to multiple tenants.Read more
Tag Archives: Azure AD
So, here we go. As announced last Ignite conference in 2018, Microsoft customers can live without passwords now. After phone sign-in and Hello of course, we now have Security Key support, which means you can now sign in to your Windows 10 AAD joined device by the use of those little friends here:Read more
Azure AD Identity Protection (IP) recently got a refresh (in preview). We will have a look into some of the enhancements.Read more
Christmas Special: Peace between Security and Usability (by the example of Multifactor Authentication in Azure AD)
One of the biggest problems of our times in IT is to pacify the long-lasting war between security and usability. We all know this picture here below that shows precisely human behavior: people will accept security, when its easy enough. Otherwise they will find their own way around securityRead more
I like the idea of starting a brand-new blog site by the name of “Empty Datacenter – 100% Cloud” and then writing the first article, indicating that this will never happen.
But this is exactly what happens during the ‘cloud familiarization period’. The WHAT? Exactly.Read more