We often hear from our customers that in an effort to keep up with a demand for increased productivity and IT modernization, more and more organizations are faced with an avalanche of applications to manage for their users. This is why we’re obsessed with constantly innovating and making it easier for you to configure and manage all your apps from Azure AD, and also unlock the security, authentication, and collaboration benefits of managing identity as the control plane from the cloud.
One area where we focus our efforts is to pre-integrate software-as -a-service (SaaS) apps with Azure AD, so you can easily configure apps and allow your end users to have consistent single sign-on (SSO) experiences across all their cloud apps. In the past 3 months alone we’ve added 76 apps with integrated SSO support to our gallery based on your feedback and our research; if you need an app integration added just holler and we’ll get working on it! Here’s a peek at some of the new integrations with cool apps which you can start using today:
You can see the full list of new SaaS apps and get monthly updates of what has been added in our release notes. If you get stuck adding any of these apps, we have tutorials to walk you through the process step-by-step. If you are building an app and would like to list it in our Azure AD app gallery, or if you want to flag us to add an app integration for your org, please follow these steps.
In addition to SaaS app integrations, our team is also always hard at work at building in new app configuration, management, and security features into Azure AD to deliver on the promise and expectations of Azure AD as the world’s #1 enterprise identity service. In case you missed any of these, here are some new features we’ve previewed in just the last few months:
We have more exciting app integrations and feature developments in store, and we can’t wait to share them with you in the coming months. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback or suggestions– please leave them in the comments or reach out to us on Twitter (@azuread).
The Azure AD Team
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