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Introduction – Single Sign-on (SSO) for Office 365

Enhance the security, deployability and SSO experience of Office 365 by eliminating the cost and complexity of ADFS and DirSync

Practice Protect helps partners and customers to rapidly deploy Office365 and fast-track its service adoption by licensed users. Practice Protect is a Microsoft tested and certified “Works with Office365” solution with established protocols to ensure quality joint customer support.

Practice Protect for Office 365 is a Microsoft-validated, Azure-based service that offers the industry’s easiest-to-deploy and the industry’s most comprehensive solution for user provisioning, single sign-on, MFA and mobile management. End-users will love the single sign-on and self-service features. Admins love the automated user provisioning and lifecycle management, centralized access control and visibility.

And Practice Protect also supports thousands of other SaaS apps so your users can get secure single sign-on to all your cloud-based applications.


What’s Included?

User Integration without ADFS

No need to set up ADFS for single sign-on. Connects your Practice Protect Directory to Office 365 via the Practice Protect Cloud Service.

Provisioning without DirSync

No need to set up DirSync for provisioning. Practice Protect automatically synchronizes your Practice Protect users to Office 365, provides account provisioning and automatically assigns users licenses without the complexity and limitations of DirSync.

Single Sign-on

Users simply enter their Practice Protect credentials to get one-click access to all Office 365 clients and all their favorite SaaS, mobile and on-prem apps through the Practice Protect User Portal.

Policy & MFA

Mobile has become the de facto way to access SaaS apps — Practice Protect uniquely combines SaaS app management and mobile management including MDM, MAM and MAS. In addition, Centrify provides rich, flexible per-app authentication policies with multi-factor authentication.


Updated on April 18, 2018

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