Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:Identity Management, Privacy
Works With:Microsoft Office 365
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
With extensive background in large organisations, Business Mechanix has deployed Federation solutions touching hundreds of thousands of people. At Manukau Institute of Technology, Business Mechanix implemented AD FS to provide a single sign-on mechanism for more than 60,000 users accessing their cloud services. Similarly, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki and Whitireia New Zealand used Business Mechanix' in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Federation along with comprehensive understanding of university systems to implement a single sign-on solution for thousands of users. Business Mechanix has also helped organisations implement AD FS with their Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 systems for single sign-on and secure internet facing authentication, such an implementation was with Cyclone Computers.
Our range of experience and desire to help our customers move forward with innovative business process change, fantastic web services integration and technology based solutions, make Business Mechanix are a great choice for you next project. We can integrate almost any system together and love getting our hands dirty with the sometimes daunting older technologies we find, we may even surprise you to leverage more out of what you have existing through integration and clever mobile and front end web technology, or if you’ve simply had enough, we can replace or supplement your systems for you… talk to us today about what you are trying to achieve and we’d be happy to help.
Business Mechanix Services:
Federation design and architecture planning
Identity Management strategies
Identity Management design and architecture planning
Identity Management with Cloud Services
Active Directory reviews and restructures
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) has not been reviewed by any customers.
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