During the installation of CloudAnywhere you must accept the terms of the license. After the installation, the license document is available under c:\program files(x86)\cloudiway\cloudanywhere\license.rtf Here is also an online version: CloudAnywhere License Agreement
CloudAnywhere synchronizes your passwords between your local Active Directory and your Cloud applications such as Google Apps, Office 365 or Salesforce. The article below is a troubleshooting document that assists you in troubleshooting password sync issues you might experience when putting the solution in place. Here is the full link to download Troubleshooting password sync […]
The attached documentation explains how to write a connector for CloudAnywhere. If you are using CloudAnywhere and wish to extend it to support a new SAAS application, you can develop a connector for CloudAnywhere to integrate the SAAS application. Developping a connector is straightForward. All you have to do is to implement these 10 methods: […]
The CloudAnywhere Reset Password Portal installation guide provides information about: Installation of CloudAnywhere; Configuration of the Reset Password and Access Management Portal; Troubleshooting. This guide is intended for administrators who will install the portal. Download ResetPasswordPortalInstallation.pdf
This document explains how to manage licenses in Office365 from your local Active Directory. It also demonstrates how you can setup delegation in office365 and manage it using Active Directory delegation. Download License_Management_in_Office365_with_CloudAnywhere.pdf
This document explains how to synchronize your local Active Directories with Office 365. Download Office365Provisioning.pdf
The CloudAnywhere security guide provides information about: CloudAnywhere security; How data is protected; How passwords are synchronized; Encryption protocols used by this product. Download SecurityWhitepaper.pdf
CloudAnywhere is an Identity Management Solution for hosted services. It synchronizes the users, groups, contacts, Organizational Units (OU) and passwords in your source directory (Active Directory, LDAP, etc.) with all your SaaS or ASP suppliers.
This guide is intended for administrators who will setup the synchronization between their internal directories and their target applications.