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Zoom Joins Centrify Alliance Partner Program
Zoom Joins Centrify Alliance Partner Program

 
December 11, 2013 7:11AM
Zoom Joins Centrify Alliance Partner Program to Bring Centrify Web and Mobile Single Sign-On to Zoom’s Leading Video Conferencing Service
 



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The free Centrify for Zoom provides an easy way for joint customers to integrate existing Active Directory- or cloud-based credentials with Zoom for secure SSO to Zoom’s cloud meeting service. As an alternative to third-party mobile security solutions, Centrify also helps Zoom customers seamlessly secure mobile devices, giving IT secure central management of mobile devices and apps from a familiar interface. The Centrify Cloud Manager enables IT managers to centrally deploy and manage access to SaaS applications, apply role-based access controls, and run activity reports. Centrify also supports hundreds of other SaaS apps so users can access SSO to all its cloud-based applications. Centrify for SaaS decreases the cost of rolling out and managing Zoom and other cloud applications while at the same time improving user adoption, satisfaction and productivity.

Zoom and Centrify are focused on giving businesses more flexibility and productivity by providing users with easy and secure access to Zoom’s cloud meeting service on all devices regardless of location. By integrating a customer’s Active Directory with Zoom or by leveraging the Centrify cloud-based user service, Centrify allows users to gain one-click access to Zoom through the MyCentrify portal across a variety of devices, including PCs, Macs, iOS and Android. Centrify provides role-based access to Zoom and allows collaboration to happen whenever and wherever with assurance that access levels are enforced.

“Zoom has developed a people-centric cloud service that transforms the real-time collaboration experience due to its ease of use and higher definition video than other alternatives,” said Shreyas Sadalgi, Centrify VP of Business Development. “Adding Zoom as a member of the Centrify Alliance Partner Program ensures their users can have secure collaboration, authentication and easy access to Zoom’s cloud video conferencing service, while meeting enterprise security and compliance requirements.”

Visit Centrify’s partner page dedicated to Zoom to learn more and get started at: http://www.centrify.com/cloud/apps/single-sign-on-for-zoom.asp.

The Centrify Alliance Partner Program (CAPP) provides developers, cloud and mobile ISVs the ability to jointly develop integrated solutions leveraging Centrify’s leading Unified Identity Services to provide secure access to cloud and mobile apps for mutual customers. CAPP partners have access to Centrify training, licenses and publications; joint development and integration testing; sales and marketing resources; and a wealth of information via Centrify’s secure partner portal. For more information on the CAPP, see http://www.centrify.com/partners/saas-app-technology.asp.

About Zoom At Zoom Video Communications, our mission is to develop a people-centric cloud service that unifies users’ meeting experience and improves the quality and effectiveness of communications forever. Zoom Video Communications is a privately held company headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif. For more information, visit zoom.us or follow us @zoom_us. (continued...)

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