Business-to-Consumer Scenarios Users link to their identities from Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social sites to register and access applications.
Business-to-Business Scenarios Users leverage Google Apps and Salesforce.com for partner identities and authentication, streamlining access to critical business applications.
Step-up Authentication Social identities alone may not be enough to access sensitive data. With PingFederate's adaptive federation capabilities, users are asked to enter another set of credentials when needed.
Complete Token Translation Gather and return all attributes available from the cloud identity provider and translate them into a common format such as SAML or Open Token. No need to learn and support multiple protocols.
Identity Menu Builder Create compelling, customized login pages and social network icons, allowing you complete design control and the potential for a cohesive user experience.
Support for White and Black Listing Providers The PingFederate OpenID Connector can be configured to allow complete OpenID provider access or configured user experience.
Social Identity Integration leverages Cloud Identity Providers for both business-to-consumer and business-to-business scenarios.
Increased registration rates Using a convenient and familiar social media login, consumers are more likely to follow through with account registration.
Reduced identity management costs By leveraging cloud-based identity providers, enterprises decrease costs associated with managing customer and partner identities.
Improved adoption of cloud services With fewer credentials to remember, partners and customers can access cloud services in an instant.
A more personal user experience Enterprises can request additional user data to deliver targeted content.
An Enterprise Identity Bridge that connects your workforce IT environment to and delivers a seamless experience for customers and partners. Enables single sign-on, federated identity management, mobile identity security, API security, social identity integration and automated user provisioning.
OpenID Cloud Identity Connector Leverage Google, Yahoo!, AOL, MySpace and other OpenID 2.0 social networking providers for registration and access to cloud-based applications.
Facebook Cloud Identity Connector Leverage Facebook logins for registration and access to cloud-based applications. An access token offers additional user data and can be used to post information back to a Facebook profile for a richer, more personalized online experience.
Twitter Cloud Identity Connector Leverage Twitter logins for registration and access to cloud-based applications.
LinkedIn Cloud Identity Connector Leverage LinkedIn logins for registration access to cloud-based applications.
Windows Live Cloud Identity Connector Leverage Windows Live logins for registration and access to cloud-based applications.
Salesforce Cloud Identity Connector Leverage Salesforce as an Identity Provider or cloud-based authentication source for partner-facing applications. In addition, customer- and partner-facing portals utilizing Salesforce can act as Identity Providers to offer seamless access to internal applications or third party services.