"Being able to use Azure AD means that you can use some of the Azure AD security features like Advanced Password Protection. As well as querying your normal password requirements like lengths and complexity, Azure AD has a feature in which you can put specific words. It can be words to do with your company, words to do with your company location, or words that a lot of your employees would otherwise use. You can disallow them. It's very good at making more obvious passwords, ones they're not allowed to use anymore. That's a good feature."
"Overall the solution functions very well, such as the ability to access it from the cloud."
"The ability to grant access to other organizations is helpful."
"Azure Active Directory has useful policy assigning and management."
"The cloud security part is very valuable. Security is the most important thing in today's world. With Azure Active Directory, there are some features that tell you how you need to improve your security level. It informs you if you set up certain policies, e.g., this is where my users sign in. It tends to let you know if your organization has been breached with this security set up. Therefore, it is easier to know when you have been breached, especially if you set up a Conditional Access policy for your organization."
"Conditional Access is a helpful feature because it allows us to provide better security for our users."
"The ability to see and control PCs and mobile devices is the most valuable. I can see where they are and how many we have. I can also see the age and retention of PCs."
"Azure Active Directory is a very simple utility to use, it has very good visibility and transparency, and an easy-to-use panel."
"The security provided is very enhanced and it does a great job of keeping passwords safe."
"Its video recording capabilities have definitely been key for us."
"I like that it's Linux-based, and you don't need to have separate implementations, extra database licenses, or enterprise licenses. I think because it's Linux-based, it's more seamless than Windows. I also like the access manager, which I think is a super tool. Everything is browser-based, and you don't need a VPN. So, that's a great thing."
"On-premise capabilities for information and identity management need improvement."
"When it comes to identity governance, the governance features in Azure AD are very focused on Microsoft products. I would like to see those governance and life cycle management features offered for non-Microsoft products connected to Azure AD."
"I think the documentation and configuration are both areas that need improvement."
"Generally, everything works pretty well, but sometimes, Azure Active Directory has outages on the Microsoft side of things. These outages really have a very big impact on the users, applications, and everything else because they are closely tied to the Azure AD ecosystem. So, whenever there is an outage, it is really difficult because all things start failing. This happens very rarely, but when it happens, there is a big impact."
"Transitioning to the cloud is very difficult. They need the training to make it easier."
"There is a concept of cross-tenant trust relationships, which I believe Microsoft is actively pursuing. That is something which in the coming days and years to come by will be very key to the success of Azure Active Directory, because many organizations are going into mergers and acquisitions or spinning off new companies. They will still have to access the old tenant information because of multiple legal reasons, compliance reasons, and all those things. So, there should be some level of tenant-level trust functionality, where you can bring people from other tenants to access some part of your tenant application. So, that is an area which is growing. I believe Microsoft is actively pursuing this, and it will be an interesting piece."
"An area where there is room for improvement is the ease of use of the dashboards."
"The most challenging aspect I found was the creation of organizational units and specific domains. They have a tool called Bastion, which is expensive and a little bit confusing."
"It's a pretty technical solution. It's designed for more technical people."
"It would be better if I could manage multiple accounts in one place, like CyberArk. With WALLIX, you can only manage one account, and you are given a separate category. You have to click on each connection to do anything. For example, CyberArk might give three options for one connection if you want to have an interactive user-level experience. But with WALLIX, you have to click three times to get that access. Also, the biggest disadvantage of WALLIX is the reporting. I feel like it's very weak in reporting when compared to the other solutions. As a solution, they're good and stable. But they need to make their reports neater and better. Right now, we're going to the console and then pressing buttons every single time."
"For me, the main issue has to do with the system performance itself."
The Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) enterprise identity service provides single sign-on and multi-factor authentication to help protect your users from 99.9 percent of cybersecurity attacks. With Azure Active Directory, you get:
- Single sign-on enabling access to your apps from anywhere
- Conditional Access and multi-factor authentication to help protect and govern access
- A single identity platform to engage with internal and external users more securely
- Developer tools to easily integrate identity into your apps and services
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Password Manager Pro is a secure vault for storing and managing shared sensitive information such as passwords, documents and digital identities of enterprises.
WALLIX offers cybersecurity and privileged access management solutions that secure and protect your most critical IT assets.
ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is ranked 9th in Single Sign-On (SSO) with 1 review while WALLIX Bastion is ranked 6th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) with 2 reviews. ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is rated 9.0, while WALLIX Bastion is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of ManageEngine Password Manager Pro writes "Easy to use with good documentation and excellent password security". On the other hand, the top reviewer of WALLIX Bastion writes "A stable privileged access managed service with an useful secure and seamless access management feature". ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is most compared with Microsoft Azure Key Vault, CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault, HashiCorp Vault, Fortinet FortiAuthenticator and AWS Secrets Manager, whereas WALLIX Bastion is most compared with CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access, Thycotic Secret Server, One Identity Safeguard and BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management.
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