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We are excited to announce our latest release of RapidIdentity and the new RapidIdentity Mobile App. Highlights from this latest release include:

  • The new RapidIdentity Mobile App makes it easier to increase authentication security during sign-on.  
  • The 4.3 Release of RapidIdentity makes it possible to provide single sign-on (SSO) to nearly all web-apps with new support for OAuth 2.0 and the introduction a new Form-Fill authentication browser plug-in for web applications that do not support SSO protocols.
  • The 4.3 release also includes several customer requested, time-saving templates and configuration settings.  

Upgrade now for new report templates, password alternatives for Chromebooks, and remote start-ups, logins, and shutdowns.

We are very excited to announce the latest releases of RapidIdentity 4.2 and RapidIdentity MFA 4.8 (formerly 2FA ONE) and want to share the details of the new capabilities available to those who choose to upgrade.

Our latest release focuses on new features that will increase the speed and security of authentication requests for young students. Additionally, we have added enhancements to RapidPortal to help organize Applications. You will also find enhancements to the Reporting functionality to make it even easier to access the information you need.

As we announced in our recent press release, RapidIdentity 4.0 is now available, so I thought I’d discuss what this enhanced functionality and scalability means for our new and existing customers.

In our most recent blog post on RapidIdentity 3.5, we announced the new authentication methods available to our customers. Each of these authentication methods fall under the three standard types of authentication required of users: something the user knows, something they have, or something that they are. In announcing these new authentication methods, we’re supporting our larger multi-factor authentication vision and the ability for users to utilize the authentication methods that work best for them rather than simply having passwords forced on them.

Today we announced RapidIdentity 3.5, the latest generation of our identity and access management solution. In making that announcement, we’re also revealing our vision for multi-factor authentication.

At Identity Automation, we bet big on user experience from day one. We started with the premise of UI designs for new self-service and delegation tools. During our early days, I had worked with numerous vendor products, all of which I felt were overly complicated and more constrained than they needed to be. Since then we have continued to innovate. 

Built with the future of user experience in mind, today we released RapidIdentity 3.3, which includes some exciting new feature additions to RapidIdentity

We are excited to announce the release of ARMS and DSS Version 3.1 on April 1st. This release has several bug fixes as well as many new features. The new features we would like to highlight are the new Mobile UI for ARMS and the Multi-Factor Authentication for FIMS.

We are proud to announce the Edmodo adapter for DSS!

** Bugs Fixed
* Debug message being displayed when session token expires
* ARMS Forgotten username/password have bad links for css reset styles
* Deep linking doesn’t work correctly
* ACTM non My Delegations should not allow setting of challenge questions but instead expire them.
* Forgotten Password application shows raw html for password policy
* GMM: ‘Modified By:’ is blank
* Error when making the getDSSIntegrationConfig API call
* Workflow forms do not show up
* Forgot my password needs to check for invalid challenge set error
* Altentry authentication error message not displayed correctly
* Group Configuration sometimes shows blank values when values do exist in the database