What is AD360?
AD360 is an integrated identity and access management (IAM) solution for managing user identities, governing access to resources, enforcing security, and ensuring compliance. From user provisioning, self-service password management, and Active Directory change monitoring, to single sign-on (SSO) for enterprise applications, AD360 helps you perform all your IAM tasks with a simple, easy-to-use interface.
AD360 provides all these functionalities for Windows Active Directory, Exchange Servers, and Office 365. With AD360, you can just choose the modules you need and start addressing IAM challenges across on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments from within a single console.
Key features of AD360
Streamline user life cycle management
Easily provision, modify, and deprovision accounts and mailboxes for multiple users at once across AD, Exchange servers, Office 365 services, and G Suite from a single console. Use customizable user creation templates and import data from CSV to bulk provision user accounts.
Securely audit AD, Office 365, and file servers
Gain insight into all changes happening in your AD, Office 365, Windows Servers, and Exchange Servers. Monitor user logon activities, changes to AD objects, and more in real time. Comply with IT compliance regulations such as SOX, HIPAA, PCI DSS, and GLBA using prepackaged reports.
SSO for enterprise applications
AD360 provides users with secure, one-click access to enterprise applications. In a single click, users can access all their applications including Office 365, G Suite, Salesforce, or any custom SAML-based application without having to enter their username and password over and over.
Self-service password management
With AD360’s self-service password management feature, users can reset their
password and unlock their account without help desk assistance, saving time and money. Enable self-service for other common yet crucial tasks such as updating user attributes in AD and subscribing to mail groups.
Automate routine management tasks such as user provisioning and AD cleanup, and reduce the workload for your IT administrators and help desk technicians. Maintain control over automated tasks by configuring approval workflow rules to ensure that automation produces the desired results.
Role-based help desk delegation
Delegate administrative tasks concerning AD and Office 365 to non-administrative users by creating custom help desk roles. Select any combination of management, reporting, auditing, and alerting tasks from AD and Office 365 and assign them to help desk staff, HR, and other non-admin users.
Backup and disaster recovery
Effortlessly back up and restore AD objects, Exchange mailboxes, Office 365 mailboxes, SharePoint Online sites, OneDrive for Business folders, etc. Perform item-level or attribute-level restorations, and speed up the backup process by making incremental backups. Schedule backups to run during non-business hours, and more.
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