Thats more accurate thank you - but of course my views here are personal I knew what you mean, others may not.
Would love to try this on our planned 1:1 devices or BYOD.
We are looking at using hosted apps like Layar, Evernote and Lino but the thought of having to create individual user accounts and lack of central management scares me...
We have Frog on AD SSO and trying out Google Apps on Frog SSO but find it does not integrate with google apps.
Your idea sounds like what we are looking for.
Have been approached today about this.
Has any one used or seen it in action yet?
Does sound like it may be of use to us but I would want to see and hear more first.
So how are users pulled in from AD? Where is this hosted?
Users come from AD via encrypted pull method in which we as long correct port forwarding going on router. We pull the data and gets pulled into YouID service.
As for hosting the live servers are hosted in Microsoft Azzure servers however we do have a group of schools in wales that use self hosted version of our servers (self hosted only really works of large numbers due to numbers of servers involved) which we manage.
Quick question on this, is it just a capture of username and password and that's it (and then synced) or is it full on shibboleth whereby other data is also captured and, thus makes it possible to do more than just single sign on?
I believe we can capture anything from your AD (we just have to set agent our side to capture it) that gets imported into AD in the data centre (that is very simplified) that is used to go through the rest of services/servers etc. If we got specific examples either post or pm and I can get a better answer..
Do you have a list of currently supported apps? Can it support systems where users already exist, such as existing mailboxes in Office365?
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