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Secure your resources cloud with conditional access
Traditional network boundaries are dissolving at Cloud. What remains is a multitude of endpoints that access sensitive corporate data from anywhere. This gives businesses more opportunities to increase efficiency, but these access options also present an equally significant risk. This enables comprehensive and powerful monitoring that not only verifies identities, but also records and controls access to company data from different endpoints in Cloud.
Conditional access is a native part of Azure AD and Office 365 . It helps enforce corporate policies on all endpoints, whether it's a private tablet or a corporate desktop.
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Articles on Conditional Access
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