Posts Tagged ‘SSO’

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 […]

Setting up SAML SSO with Azure AD and Oracle EPBCS/PBCS

Azure Active Directory (AD) is Microsoft’s directory and Identity and Access Management (IAM) service in the cloud as opposed to ADFS, a Windows on-premise, claims-based Security Token Service (STS). In a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) federation however, Azure AD and ADFS are functionally equivalent acting as Identity Provider (IdP) for a Service Provider (SP) such as a […]

AEM Infrastructure Series: A Guide to SAML2 SSO on AEM 6.x

Why the Guide? The Adobe documentation is a great reference for SAML2 setup. However, it lacks background information and certain implementation details and tips that can be critical to implementing SAML2 on AEM 6.x. Hopefully this guide will help! https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/administer/security/saml-2-0-authenticationhandler.html What is SAML2? Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 (SAML 2.0) is a version of the […]

New features for Office 365 SSO and RMS – Ignite 2015

Some very exciting new capabilities were announced here (Ignite conference) as part of the Office 365 suite powered by Azure AD and rights management service. I will share two of these here • Cloud App Discovery • Document Tracking Cloud App Discovery With 365 you’re already setup for SSO but if you require some advanced […]

Active Directory Application Mode: directory-enabled applications

It was back in 2011 when the need was great to develop a directory-enabled web application for internal users with a Single Sign On (SSO) facility. With SSO, an end user does not need to enter credentials specific to an application, instead their computer login / Active Directory domain login is the one used for […]

How to Apply OBIEE Data Level Security against Essbase?

Over the last few years the integration between Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) and Essbase has been undergoing continuous evolution. The progression is aimed at making both analytical products more compatible as they are complimentary. Security may be a challenge, however, when it comes to implementing data-level security on OBIEE reports that source data […]

Yammer – DirSync or AD FS (SSO) or Both?

There’s a lot to think about when planning your Enterprise Yammer implementation. How will I get users into Yammer? How will users login to Yammer? Which password will they use? How will users who leave my organization be handled in Yammer? What software do I really need to implement? This post is all about Yammer […]

Integrating ASP.NET MVC authentication with SiteMinder SSO

SiteMinder is an enterprise-class secure single sign-on solution by CA (Computer Associates) which is employed by many large companies to secure their intranet access and provide single sign-on functionality to various intranet applications.  SiteMinder has a broad support for different application frameworks which is making possible to use in heterogeneous enterprise environment. For example, when […]

Microsoft’s New Roadmap for Enterprise Social: Cloud is King

Finally, a little clarity.  Yesterday’s roadmap post by Jared Spataro on the official SharePoint blog shed some much-sought-after public light on the question of how Microsoft intends to rationalize the Yammer and SharePoint 2013 newsfeeds. “Which newsfeed do we use for enterprise social?  The native SharePoint 2013 feed, or Yammer?”  It’s a question Microsoft customers […]

Amazon Adds Identity Management to The Cloud

So Amazon is definitely up to something.  I noted yesterday  that AWS offers free database access and now Amazon is touting something almost every enterprise site needs with a Sign Sign On (SSO) and Identity Management service.  Jack McCarthy of CRN has an article about the new service in the AWS Marketplace.  Clearly Amazon is […]

Why Security Needs to Catch Up to the New Reality

For anyone who has worked on any portal project, you run into the most common of issues, Single Sign On (SSO).  It’s the holy grail of websites that you never do find.  No one wants to sign in multiple times.  Very few companies have eliminated it.  Many companies use more than one SSO tool like […]

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