Our mission with RPX is to help new visitors register and returning members login to your website quickly and easily.
With recent updates from Google, we are excited to extend our RPX services beyond the consumer web to offer easy sign-in to the millions of businesses, schools, and other organizations using Google Apps For Domains. Google now lets each of its customers enable OpenID provider support for their domain, which then makes it possible for members to sign-in to OpenID enabled websites using an OpenID from their own domain.
For example, we use Apps for Domains services here at JanRain, and can now simply type “janrain.com” to sign-in to OpenID enabled websites:
Typing our domain into the dialog box triggers the standard OpenID authentication process. The user is redirected to the appropriate Google Apps Domain to authenticate, as seen below:
Upon authentication on the first visit, a user will complete the transaction with Google by authorizing access to account information.
We’re excited about this for many reasons:
If you are interested in using Apps for Domains OpenID for authentication to your organizations other web services, we’d love to talk with you.
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