Centrify DirectControl for SaaS
Centrify Corp. recently introduced a new Windows Azure cloud-based offering that extends Microsoft Active Directory...
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and lets organizations centrally secure and control access to their Software-as-a-Service apps and other cloud computing services across a variety of operating systems and platforms.
Centrify's new Identity as a Service, or IDaaS, offering -- Centrify DirectControl for SaaS -- lets Centrify customers take advantage of their existing Microsoft Active Directory investments across the industry's range of systems, mobile devices and apps deployed on premises and in the cloud.
Key components of Centrify DirectControl for SaaS include:
- The MyCentrify portal, an Active Directory-integrated and cloud-delivered user portal that includes such features as MyApps, MyDevices, MyProfile and MyActivity.
- Centrify Cloud Service, a multi-tenant service, provides secure communication from an on-premises Active Directory to SaaS applications accessed from the MyCentrify user portal. It leverages an existing on-premises Active Directory infrastructure instead of providing a directory in the cloud.
- Centrify Cloud Manager, an administrator interface that provides a single view for administering SaaS app access and single sign-on, mobile devices and user profiles, as well as centralized reporting, monitoring and analysis of all SaaS and mobile activity.
- Centrify Cloud Proxy, which allows users to extend their Active Directory to SaaS applications and mobile devices. The proxy is a simple Windows service that runs behind the firewall, providing real-time authentication, policy and access to user profiles without synchronizing data to the cloud.
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