In this section, you'll find product documentation for Microsoft online services.
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Azure Active Directory Microsoft cloud services today rely on the identity management capabilities provided by Azure AD. These capabilities include a cloud-based store for directory data and a core set of identity services including user logon processes, authentication, and federation services. In addition, organizations that subscribe to these cloud services can use Azure AD to configure single sign-on to allow interoperability with their existing on-premises Active Directory environment.
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication This overview describes how a global administrator can use multi-factor authentication in Azure to further protect their organization’s identity data in the cloud. Multi-factor authentication can be enabled for Azure Active Directory users or for custom applications.
Azure Rights Management Provides the ability to safeguard sensitive information created when using Office applications and services such as email or other memos or correspondence that require confidential treatment.
Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server A collection of Azure technologies, available to Microsoft customers at no additional cost for installation into your data center. It runs on top of Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2 and enables you to offer a rich, self-service, multi-tenant cloud, consistent with the public Azure experience.
Lync Server Instant messaging (IM), presence, conferencing, and telephony solutions that can support enterprise-level collaboration requirements.
Live Meeting A hosted web conferencing service that lets you connect and engage audiences in online meetings, training and events while using a reliable, enterprise–class solution.
Webcasts and Multimedia Live and on-demand webcasts, podcasts, and other multimedia content that illustrates how Microsoft deploys and manages its worldwide enterprise environment.
Web Services Developer Center Programming information, code samples, and downloads for developers interested in Windows Web Services development.