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  • Setting Clear Roles & Goals
  • employees who have a deep understanding of their role and how it contributes to the company’s bottom line are powerful motivators
  • Give Respect, Earn Respect

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    • Per Microsoft, here's what you can expect:

      • Self-provisioning of corporate owned devices. With Windows 10, employees can configure a brand new device in the out-of-box experience, without IT involvement.

      • Use existing organizational accounts. Employees can use their Azure AD account to login to Windows (the same account they use to sign into Office365).

      • Automatic MDM enrollment. Windows 10 PC's and tablets can be automatically enrolled in an organizations device management solution as part of joining them to Azure AD. This will work with Microsoft Intune and with 3rd party MDMs.

      • Single Sign-On to company resources in the cloud. Users will get single sign-on from the Windows desktop to apps and resources in the cloud, such as Office 365 and thousands of business applications that rely on Azure AD for authentication.

      • Single Sign-on on-premises: Windows 10 PC's and tablets that are joined to Azure AD will also provide SSO to on-premises resources when connect to the corporate network and from anywhere with the Azure AD Application Proxy.

      • Enterprise-ready Windows store. The Windows Store will support app acquisition and licensing with Azure AD accounts. Organizations will be able to volume-license apps and make them available to the users in their organization.

      • Support for modern form factors. Azure AD Join will work on devices that don't have the traditional domain join capabilities.

      • OS State Roaming. Things like OS settings, Desktop wall paper, Tile configuration, websites and Wi-Fi passwords will be synchronized across corporate owned Azure AD joined devices.

    • Free - The Free edition of Azure Active Directory is part of every Azure subscription. There is nothing to license and nothing to install. With it, you can manage user accounts, synchronize with on-premises directories, get single sign-on across Azure, Office 365, and thousands of popular SaaS applications like Salesforce, Workday, Concur, DocuSign, Google Apps, Box, ServiceNow, Dropbox, and more.

    •   Basic - Azure Active Directory Basic edition provides application access and self-service identity management requirements for task workers with cloud-first needs. With the Basic edition of Azure Active Directory, you get all the capabilities that Azure Active Directory Free has to offer, plus group-based access management, self-service password reset for cloud applications, Azure Active Directory application proxy (to publish on-premises web applications using Azure Active Directory), customizable environment for launching enterprise and consumer cloud applications, and an enterprise-level SLA of 99.9 percent uptime.

        An administrator with Azure Active Directory Basic edition can also activate an Azure Active Directory Premium trial.

    •   Premium - With the Premium edition of Azure Active Directory, you get all of the capabilities that the Azure Active Directory Free and Basic editions have to offer, plus additional feature-rich enterprise-level identity management capabilities explained below.
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