IT Admins Can Onboard Office 365 Users in Minutes, With Just the Click of a Button
Nerdio, a pioneer in IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) automation, today announced a new feature that streamlines user management for both private and public cloud IT environments. It is available on both Nerdio Private Cloud and Nerdio for Azure, enabling IT administrators to painlessly import and manage Office 365 users from Azure Active Directory.
Nerdio’s fully-automated platform for the private cloud delivers complete, neatly packaged IT infrastructure, including virtual hardware, software, security, and BDR. Nerdio for Azure is the first IT automation technology that delivers easy provisioning, management, and optimization of virtual desktop-centric environments in the Microsoft Cloud.
“When companies are moving to hybrid or all-cloud IT environments, the vast majority already have an Office 365 account and their employees are set up as users. The IT administrator needs to be able to manage all of these users easily, regardless of their underlying AD,” explained Amol Dalvi, Senior Director of Product at Nerdio. “Nerdio reduces this otherwise tedious task to just a few clicks and a couple of minutes.”
Reducing cumbersome, time- and resource-consuming IT management tasks to point-and-click is part of Nerdio’s mission to enhance operational efficiency, lower costs, and boost performance of managed service providers and the customers they serve. In this way, Nerdio is a game-changer for small- and medium-sized organizations that need powerful and flexible yet affordable and comprehensive IT.
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Nerdio, a pioneer in cloud IT automation, provides complete virtual IT for small-to-medium sized organizations and the MSPs who serve them. Nerdio’s fully-automated private cloud platform delivers the expertise and reliability of comprehensive IT infrastructure at your fingertips — including virtual hardware, software, security, and BDR. Nerdio for Azure is the first IT automation technology that delivers easy provisioning, management, and optimization of virtual desktop-centric environments on the Microsoft Cloud. Adar Inc., creator of Nerdio, was founded in 2005.