Active Directory Synchronization is a huge time-saver, quickly and easily syncing your users onto your Corporate Intranet. This means your user data only needs to be managed within your Active Directory and any changes made will automatically be pulled over to the Employee Directory on your site.
Changes made in AD, whether it be your employees’ contact information, job title, location or other personal data, will be automatically pulled in after the time interval set under your AD sync settings, which can be as little as five minutes. Need new information pulled in now? Simply perform a force re-sync and the changes will be updated right away.
Sync Your Active Directory Groups & Managers
When configuring your corporate intranet site to use Active Directory Authentication it is possible to enable single-sign on, so that employee network logins are passed to us and your users are automatically logged into the software each time they visit the intranet site. Not having to enter login credentials each time the site is visited saves time for your users and encourages intranet adoption.
Employee Active Directory Synchronization
Syncing login data allows your users to seamlessly sign into the site with their domain credentials, which is a huge time saver. However, we’ve taken Active Directory Synchronization one step further and added employee sync as well, which flawlessly pulls in employee data such as department, location, title, job description and much more. This information can be updated in Active Directory and then automatically pulled onto your corporate intranet.
Active Directory Authentication
AD Synchronization allows you to link your Intranet Connections corporate intranet to your Active Directory. Any changes made in Active Directory will automatically be pulled over onto your intranet, leading to a significant reduction in administration of logins and employee profiles as well as the ability for users to seamlessly sign into the site with their domain credentials.
Easy Access Through Authentication
In order to effectively assist in enhancing your internal business processes your corporate intranet needs to be easily accessible to your users. If they need to take time to visit the site, remember their credentials and then enter them into a login form, they may be deterred from using the intranet on a regular basis. With pass-through authentication they can visit the site in one click, simply by opening their browser.