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New with AEM as a Cloud Service: Adobe IMS Login by Default

AEM as a Cloud Service finally consolidates the login experience between AEM and the rest of the Adobe Experience Cloud. AEM as a Cloud Service comes pre-configured with Adobe Identity Management Service (IMS) for authentication. Previously, with AEM, customers would have to configure an Identity Provider (IDP) such as Active Directory or IMS. For users […]

6 Reasons to Use Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory, commonly known as Azure AD, is “Microsoft’s cloud-based identity and access management service.1” It is a widely used IDaaS (identity and access management-as-a-service) that can integrate with an existing (or new) MVC-style web application, Web API, mobile app, and more to provide quick and easy authentication. I am no salesman (although it […]

Oracle Fusion SaaS Security with Oracle Analytics Cloud

The question that is often asked is: Can we leverage the same security we already have in Oracle Fusion SaaS (which includes users, duties, roles and security policies) to secure data in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC – an Oracle PaaS)? The answer is Yes. To understand better how this is possible, keep reading. This blog […]

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4 Benefits of a Single Sign On in Healthcare

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a single sign on (SSO) for your daily work routine? How many moments would be spent helping a patient, instead of staring at a screen trying to remember usernames or password credentials? Take a moment and consider this. How many applications, websites, and dashboards do you have to […]

How to Setup SAML v2 SSO on PBCS with ADFS as Identity Provider

SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is a XML-based open standard format to exchange authentication and authorization data between an identity provider (IdP) and a service provider (SP). A SAML-enabled web application allows browser single sign-on (SSO). We have had success implementing SSO for our clients with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) as the identity provider […]

Oracle BI Cloud Service: What to Expect Next

In the coming few days, Oracle will be rolling out an upgrade of their Business Intelligence Cloud Service. There are a couple of main things to expect: First, the UI will look different but function in the same way. It is basically a new skin to BICS, with a slightly different way of navigation. Second, […]

Sending out an SOS for SSO: A Case for Single Sign On in Healthcare

Ever have one of those mornings where you enter your password 4-5 times before getting it right? Ever enter every possible iteration of your password and still fail to unlock a store of data you only seldom access? Imagine being in that situation while trying to provide life saving treatment in a busy medical setting. […]

Your Browser is Your New Computer: Google Chrome – the New OS?

Google Chrome Notebook Order. Yours. Now? Due out on June 15th, 2011. What it is: It is a notebook that is essentially a mobile device – uses 3G, mobile data networks, wi-fi It only has the google Chrome browser installed 8 second bootup Cloud-based data storage and syncing – log in from anywhere – your […]