Storage Made Easy Updates Platform, Introduces Single Sign-On Integration

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by Angela Guess

Storage Made Easy recently announced, “that its Cloud File Server and Cloud Service Broker Platform have been integrated with Active Directory(AD), allowing its clients to authenticate directly with Active Directory credentials. In addition to this the company also announce that it has updated its platform to enable its business users to take advantage of Bring your Own Device (BYOD) management. ‘Given the rise of cloud computing services within businesses, consolidated identity and access management is critical to companies of all sizes,’ says Jim Liddle, CEO, Storage Made Easy. ‘Our Active Directory integration authenticates users via their existing Windows credentials. It also allows IT to consolidate access and authorization for public and private information services’.”

The article continues, “The Storage Made Easy AD solution features simple setup and configuration. Security groups and permissions in Active Directory are imported and provide fine-grained access across cloud services. The Storage Made Easy BYOD solution supports Mac, Windows, Linux desktop clients and Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Windows Phone mobile device clients. Storage Made Easy’s Service Broker supports many cloud-based systems, including Amazon S3, Google Drive, and DropBox and promotes business file sharing across public and private clouds.”

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