Windows Moves Closer To Single Sign On

Windows Moves Closer To Single Sign On

For years, Microsoft has been pushing for a single sign on to all their products and services. Azure, Office365, and others have all been transitioned to your Windows login, but one outlier still remain… Skype. The company has allowed Skype users to use a Facebook account to login, but this will change in January. Microsoft is obviously moving to a model where your login to Windows also controls your login to all their online products and services.

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