The permissions built into a corporate identity model control who, how, and from where users can access information. But we also need to be able to support multiple, diverse devices and the professionals who need to be mobile, productive, and connected. Simply stated, IT departments need the ability to define and enable access for each user across several devices and control access across both cloud-based and locally hosted applications. So how do you keep your professionals mobile and productive while ensuring that your organization’s data and resources remain safe?

Microsoft can help. In this video, Grady Boggs, Microsoft Principal Technology Specialist, discusses how Microsoft solutions:

  • Provide access and information protection that allows you to control access to corporate data and resources while offering a seamless end-user authentication experience.
  • Manage and federate user identities across the organization and in the cloud to provide employees appropriate access to the resources they need.
  • Provide more secure and always-available remote access capabilities to help ensure that corporate resources can be reached from anywhere and yet still controlled and protected.


Grady Boggs is a specialist for both security and identity at Microsoft. His experience spans all aspects of security with particular emphasis on identity and access management. Grady provides consultation to enterprise customers and leads the Microsoft Software Security Incident Response Process for the Southeast District. Grady is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Georgia Tech.