Every business organization produces valuable information or data which is the company's capital. With the advent of cyberattacks and data breaches, organizations are now forced to use a variety of methods that can help them protect their critical data while at rest or while in transit through the network. 

System and data protection, of course, starts with identity-based controls, and it is these access and identity management features available in various Microsoft business products that help protect data from unauthorized access because they are only available to authorized users. It is now easy to get Microsoft technologies and training from professionals. 

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Microsoft Office 365: Office 365 uses SSL/TLS and AES standards to ensure data security and confidentiality is maintained. The most important identity models in Office 365 are:-

• Cloud identity: Accounts can be managed in Office 365 and no on-premises server is required to manage users.

• Unified identity: You can synchronize on-premises directory objects with Office 365 and manage users. Passwords can also be synced so that users have the same cloud password locally.

• Microsoft Dynamics 365: Dynamics 365 uses Azure Active Directory to authenticate users and protect them from unauthorized access, simplifies user management, and also allows you to easily assign permissions. It uses an RPG security system and customers can further customize security by controlling user access, setting access levels, and permissions.