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As mentioned in a previous post, Azure Active Directory provides the ability to further enable people with secure access to information from a plethora of devices. This capability is also extended to devices outside of the Microsoft umbrella allowing for a seamless, single sign-on experience. This Step-By-Step, will highlight the enablement of an iOS device for use across Microsoft online services, applications built on Windows Azure and hundreds of popular non-Microsoft cloud applications.
Step 1: Adding an app to Azure Active Directory for authentication
Step 2: Enabling an iOS device to authenticate with Azure Active Directory
Microsoft’s new push for Cloud first, Mobile first enablement has opened the doors to allow for secure data access from devices that support iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and Windows Phone. Visit Microsoft Virtual Academy to gain further insight as to what Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync has to offer. Complete the Azure for IT Pros Jump Start to further your understanding as to what is possible.