Office 365 single sign on / SSO for Exchange, SharePoint, Skype for Business

The practices and technologies used to take care of authentication in business solutions have changed radically nearly overnight, by a perfect storm of companies moving their assets to the cloud, software vendors starting to sell their products via subscriptions, the explosive growth of social networks with the nascent awareness of consumers of their own digital identity, ubiquitous APIs offering programmatic access to everything, and the astonishing adoption rate of Internet-connected smartphones. “Modern authentication” is a catch-all term meant to capture how today’s practices. SharePoint Office 365 SSO / Office 365 single sign on is the answer to that.

At Cubic, not only we connect SharePoint farms with your domain controller, we also take you’re AD single sign on to cloud if you wish to use SharePoint online or Office365. Also we provide FBA where you can connect & authenticate using your SQL, LDAP, MySQL, Oracle and many other authentication technologies. With this methodology we helped various organizations to allow their external users to create their login and passwords without using additional licenses.

Now SharePoint Office 365 SSO / Office 365 single sign on with modern authentication (Active Directory Authentication Library – ADAL ) of Microsoft, seamless authentication is possible for all of Microsoft web based application i.e. Office Online, Outlook Web Apps, SharePoint, Skype for Business and also for browsers other than Internet explorer such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc. Microsoft’s modern authentication.

“Modern Authentication with Azure Active Directory for Web Applications is an in-depth exploration of modern authentication protocols and techniques used to implement sign-on for web applications and to protect web API calls. Although the protocols and pattern descriptions are applicable to any platform, my focus is on how Azure AD, the latest version of Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), and the OpenID Connect and OAuth2 components in ASP.NET implement those approaches to handle authentication in real applications.

Cubic is working on Microsoft Infrastructure from the last 12 years and helped many of clients in achieving SharePoint Office 365 SSO / Office 365 single sign on from good old’ days AD implementation to ADFS, Dirsync, SAML and Azure connect.

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