The identity story used to be easy. You stored accounts in a directory service and you were good, right? And Kerberos gave you SSO! But in just a few years, that’s become legacy SSO — and now we’re left trying to figure out what we have to do with sometimes new-to-us technology and potentially competing standards like SAML, OpenID, OAuth, OAuth 2.0, and the new Apple IDs. We have new options in macOS to support NoMAD-esque features to support Kerberos.
But how do those work with these new technologies?
Watch this video to learn about these new technologies and when to use them. Additionally, learn how to evaluate when you can use built-in native tech and when to supplement with NoMAD or Jamf Connect.