Datawiza, a pioneer in cloud-delivered Access Management as a Service (AMaaS), announced support for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Conditional Access in its Access Management platform, making it easier and faster for joint customers to achieve a Zero Trust Architecture. Datawiza also announced co-sell ready status in the Azure Marketplace, making it even easier for customers around the world to take advantage of the application migration benefits of Datawiza.
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“Faced with growing concerns around protecting private information, organizations need to quickly align with intelligent strategies to regulate who can access sensitive information, and under what circumstances,” said Dr. Canming Jiang, Co-Founder & CEO of Datawiza. “The combination of Microsoft Azure AD and our Datawiza Access Management Platform gives customers automated, error-reducing migration tools so they can quickly protect all apps — cloud or on-premises — within the Azure AD environment. With Conditional Access available in Microsoft 365 premium subscriptions, Microsoft has demonstrated an exceptional vision, enabling virtually any company to achieve Zero Trust, and we look forward to continuing to support their innovations.”
- Support for Microsoft Conditional Access APIs
Conditional Access capabilities enable businesses to define the conditions that allow users to access specific data, apps or resources. For example, some employees may require visibility into Social Security numbers, while other employees do not. Many companies also feel that protecting their on-premises data with VPN-level access is insufficient, so they need to add protections after users log in via a VPN.
With support for Conditional Access APIs, Datawiza now enables businesses to immediately configure Conditional Access when taking advantage of Datawiza’s “one-click” application migrations to Azure AD using the cloud-delivered Datawiza AMaaS. This helps companies accelerate their journey to a Zero Trust Architecture by automating key application migration steps while reducing the possibility of errors. Conditional Access offers scale and identity protection, including real-time, granular, policy-defined access controls based on group, role, location, device, IP, or browser. With Datawiza, companies can also implement URL-level access controls.
“Microsoft is committed to helping organizations adopt Zero Trust Architecture and comply with evolving privacy regulations,” said Sue Bohn, vice president of program management, Microsoft Identity and Network Access. “We’re working with companies like Datawiza that are closely following Microsoft’s focus on end-to-end security and Zero Trust strategy, and are rapidly implementing the capabilities enterprises need to maximize the value of the Microsoft solutions they already own, including Microsoft 365.”
- Microsoft Co-sell ready
Co-sell ready status means Datawiza can work directly with Microsoft sales teams and Microsoft partners on joint selling opportunities, making it even easier for customers around the world to take advantage of the application migration benefits of Datawiza. To earn co-sell ready status, a partner solution must be available in the Azure Marketplace, which means it is certified by Microsoft and optimized to run on Azure.
Available on the Azure Marketplace, cloud-delivered Datawiza Access Management Platform makes it easy for companies to migrate their applications to Azure AD and implement Zero Trust Architecture by providing a no-code/low-code solution that supports policy-defined, URL-level access controls based on detailed user and device attributes, such as group, role, IP, or browser.
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