#AzureAD Conditional Access: Per app MFA and Network Location based policies are now available

This is a really cool feature in case you use Multifactor Authentication on Azure AD (and you should use it, trust me ). In the past, MFA was available for all the apps and services that are based on Azure AD, like Office365, CRM Online, etc. and it was more or less mandatory, regardless of…

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Azure Active Directory B2C is now generally available in North America

A few days ago Microsoft Identity Division announced the #azuread B2C GA in North America. If you want to get the idea behind the B2C service, you can take a look at another blog post that I’ve created in October 2015 and can be found here: https://spanougakis.wordpress.com/2015/10/03/azure-active-directory-is-now-bigger-and-better-with-two-new-services-b2c-and-b2b/ So if you  want to know more, I…

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New Microsoft Authenticator App is coming August 15th, supporting #AzureAD (of course…)

Have you ever used the Microsoft Authenticator app? I was using it for a long time now, because I wanted to have MFA enabled on my primary e-mail account, hosted in Office365. The Identity Division at Microsoft has done already a good job, because I could logon to my cloud services just by using not…

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See you in Atlanta at Microsoft Ignite!

  I’m selected to work as staff member at Microsoft Ignite, Sept. 26-30 in Atlanta, GA. Here’s why I think it’s valuable to attend: • Ignite draws some of the sharpest minds in the tech world—hundreds of technology and business leaders. All in one place for five days. • You can focus on the specific…

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AzureAD Connect Health for Windows Server AD is here!

A few days ago the Microsoft Identity Division announced a new addition to Azure AD Connect Health. As you probably already know, with Azure AD Connect Health it was possible to monitor ADFS and Azure AD Connect (you can read about AADConnect here). The great new addition is that now we can monitor our AD…

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