A Directory Service is a database that stores and maintains information about users and resources. Directory services are used in many different applications, including email systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, and content management systems. Directory services can be either centralized or distributed. In a centralized service, all the information is stored on one server. […]

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NFT token gated Education course and tutorial allow the course owner to lock/restrict Education content and grant access based on NFT owned in the wallet. Login with crypto wallet to Education course websites and pages with support for both hot wallet and cold wallet login. Restrict access to different courses and tutorial videos and manage […]

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With so many options available for securing your on-premise Active Directory, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Many organizations have a natural inclination towards hybrid solutions that provide the most secure and user-friendly experience for everyone. However, some businesses prefer on-premise solutions because they give them more control over their data.  That doesn’t mean on-premise Active [...] Read More →
NFT token gated Google Meet and Zoom is an approach to managing the participants in a virtual meeting and webinar. Here users login to Google Meet, Zoom, and Skype using a cryptocurrency wallet, and for accessing the meeting user should hold the required NFT or tokens in their wallets. Depending on the NFT or token [...] Read More →
FAPI and Open Banking are two concepts that are being mentioned increasingly in the online financial discourse. You’ll often find these terms used in the same sentence. But what exactly is FAPI and why is it important? What does it have to do with Open Banking? Let’s have a look.   What is Open Banking? [...] Read More →
Among the dominant open web standards available to you today, OAuth and OpenID Connect (OIDC) are perhaps the most flexible, reliable, and easy to use. Let’s see why both these are so widely used, and why you may want to think about implementing Single Sign-On (SSO) onto your website. OAuth: Open Authentication, or OAuth, is [...] Read More →