Apple @ Work: Apple’s willingness to integrate with IdP providers shows it’s focused on enterprise expansion
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Apple @ Work: Apple’s willingness to integrate with IdP providers shows it’s focused on enterprise expansion

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One thing that became perfectly clear in the past few years with Apple’s integrations at work is Active Directory binding is dead, and integration with Identity Providers is the future. While it’s not something I would have ever predicted a decade ago, Apple’s willingness to create APIs for other companies to manage login experience shows the company understands its role in the enterprise. This week, I want to look at why Apple’s enterprise expansion is going to continue to mature as it focuses on deep integration with other platforms.

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