We are excited to share with you our newest podcast episode, where we discuss the implications of the European Union’s Digital Market Act (DMA) for Windows users and developers.
The DMA is a set of rules that aim to ensure fair and open digital markets in the EU, and it applies to large online platforms that are designated as “gatekeepers”. Microsoft is one of these gatekeepers, and it has to comply with the DMA by March 6th, 2024.
One of the changes that Microsoft is making to Windows 10 and Windows 11 to meet the DMA obligations is related to Single Sign-On (SSO). SSO is an authentication service that allows you to access multiple apps or services with a single set of login credentials. For example, if you sign in to Windows with your Microsoft account, you can also use the same account to sign in to apps like Outlook, OneDrive, Skype, and more.
If you want to learn more about the DMA and how it affects Windows, you can listen to our podcast episode, where we go into more details and share our opinions. The podcast is in Dutch, and you can find it below…..
Thank you for your time and attention, and we hope to see you again in the next episode of the Workplace Ninja Podast..