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IAM Cloud is an advanced identity management platform wholly hosted on Microsoft Azure. IAM Cloud helps organisations to successfully implement, deliver and manage IT.
IAM Cloud’s features include an enterprise-grade identity management system, federation and single sign-on, cloud drive mapping to SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, automated Microsoft SKU licensing, email and Active Directory migrations, MIS integration, session timeout control, MFA, self-service password resets, and customer identity management.
IAM Cloud helps organisations to become more agile, secure and productive, as well as helping save a large amount of time and money. IAM Cloud doesn’t require any on-premises equipment. It also removes the need for complex ancillary systems like ADFS, Dirsync & FIM/MIM, which require significant expertise to deploy and manage.
The IAM Cloud platform can be deployed rapidly with turnkey simplicity, and is attractive to LSPs wanting to maximise consumption. It’s fully-extensible for developers via an API & SDK, and highly-customizable for IT Administrators through a user-friendly web-based Admin Portal. IAM Cloud also offers a free SSO Toolkit to ISV partners to help them offer robust identity and access functionality within their own software.
IAM Cloud is offered as a service, with a full customer success program included within the price to ensure organisations are fully supported throughout onboarding and day-to-day use - including configuration changes and adding new applications - and also if it ever came to it, through offboarding from IAM Cloud too. When it comes to the strength of our technology, the quality of our service, and the affordability of the platform as a whole – we believe that IAM Cloud is unrivalled.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner and Worldwide Education Partner of the Year 2015 with a significant strategic alignment with Microsoft, we’re mindful about ensuring our solution is not directly competing with Azure AD Premium. IAM Cloud excels in the following scenarios:
Complexity - in complex environments, e.g. with 10s or 100s of Active Directory domains.
Cloud - where customers don't want any on-prem servers.
Lack of expertise - where customers don't have much in-house identity & security expertise.
Speed - where customers want to consume software like Office 365 quickly.
Price - where customers are particularly price sensitive.
Integration - where customers want deep integration with MIS and other systems.