OpenID in the Enterprise SaaS market 1

by Eric Sachs OpenID has historically been a technology targeted at consumer scenarios.  However, one of the markets with the largest use of OpenID is Enterprise software-as-a service (SaaS) applications.  Enterprises want to be able to manage their employee logins to the SaaS vendors that their company has subscribed to, […]

Open Identity Exchange Commences Open Government Pilot National Institutes of Health 5

Washington, D.C. — March 3, 2010 —The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) www.openidentityexchange.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting an Internet-scale trust ecosystem, announced today it will commence work on an open government pilot under the requirements set forth by the ICAM Trust Framework Adoption Process (TFAP) established by U.S. General […]

Information for All Considering Running for the Board

I am pleased to announce the opening of the 2010 OpenID Foundation Board nomination and election process.  The information below shares some context for the election and is intended for you – the person out there considering running, nominating or voting in the upcoming OpenID Foundation election. This election will […]

Revised IPR Process Document Poll Notification 1

On October 7, 2009 the Board of Directors voted to revise the OIDF IPR Process document.  The revisions are primarily being made to help streamline the formation of work groups. A vote of the full membership is required to formally adopt the revised process. Voting will begin on November 6, […]