Posts Tagged ‘federation’

This is my third post in a series looking at how federated identity has becoming a reality (I first looked at Twitter, and then Google). Before we get started I kind of liked Facebook in the early days that I used it, but frankly I never expected it to last. I thought that like the social […]


This is my second post in a series looking at how federated identity has becoming a reality (I first looked at Twitter). The user experience The basic premise of federated identity is first you sign into something that you use a lot, and then the platform reuses that sign in to get you into other […]


Federated identity seems to have sneaked up on us. A couple of years back federated identity was some huge enterprisey thing that was costly and took time to implement. Then a bunch of service providers started to be identity providers, but there were no relying parties making the whole effort somewhat useless. Now it seems […]