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[HDGEM] Consumer identity and access management

Stay connected with your consumers with a cloud identity service that is more reliable and cost-effective compared to on-premises systems. Built on Azure Active Directory, the highly secure cloud identity platform that handles billions of authentications per day, Azure Active Directory B2C is a highly available and global identity management service for consumer-facing applications that scales to hundreds of millions of identities. It can be easily integrated across mobile and web platforms. Your consumers can log in to all your applications through fully customisable experiences by using their existing social accounts or by creating new credentials.

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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 1/23/2017 12:35:00 PM
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