Windows Live ID added as identity providers of RPX

Windows Live ID has been added among the identity providers of RPX. In this context, Windows Live ID joins the ranks of identity providers such as Facebook, Google, MySpace, Yahoo and OpenID. Via RPX, users will be able to log in using their Windows Live IDs in all third-party websites that have implemented the Relying Party […]

Windows Live ID has been added among the identity providers of RPX. In this context, Windows Live ID joins the ranks of identity providers such as Facebook, Google, MySpace, Yahoo and OpenID. Via RPX, users will be able to log in using their Windows Live IDs in all third-party websites that have implemented the Relying Party Accelerator. “As end user data is being shared you need to create a Windows Live App ID and you tell RPX the details of your app ID and specify a privacy statement. You can also use the authentication page co-branding to make the experience somewhat smoother for your end-users. After this you implement some UI on your website, and you should see higher end-user satisfaction and conversion for signing in and profile information,” revealed Angus Logan.