Microsoft has enabled public preview to use Azure Active Directory Business to Consumer access tokens, boosting control of application programming interfaces (APIs).
“The introduction of this feature makes it possible to create web APIs that can be accessed by different client applications,” writes Azure Identity program manager.
“You can even grant permissions to your API on an app-to-app basis. By having more control over who can access your API, you will be able to develop apps with tighter security.”
Support announced for multi-member consortium blockchain networks on Azure
In a video telling everything about Enterprise Mobility + Security in 2017 published on Friday. With the demands of mobility and security changing fast – “faster than anyone could have imagined just a few years ago,” writes Brad Anderson.
a new video is a great way to learn about everything that’s been added to Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) since an overview was published in 2016.
“There are an unbelievable amount of upgrades, improvements and enhancements,” says Anderson.
There are things in this video that only EMS can provide, as well as things EMS can do far better than anyone else. See the table of content of the video below: