New Sign-In Options
Social Sign-In Options - Overview
Aspire Savings now supports several additional ways to sign-in to your member account using information you are already familiar with from places like Facebook, Google, Windows Live, Twitter, Yahoo, LinkedIn and any OpenID provider.
Of course, members can always use their username or email address and password as well.
So what does this mean? Well, how many of you have about a million usernames and passwords to remember? These days with online banking, shopping, email, social networks and more (many more), we are able to access and use a great variety of services via the internet, including Aspire Savings. But with information security posing a big challenge for each website operator, of course they are requiring more stringent credentials for users and not all requirements are the same.
Aspire is no exception here as we require a longer password to help keep things safe. As well, members may not wish to use the same password they use for places like banking or other important sites (which we think is smart). While Aspire does not store valuable member information, we still want to protect both our systems and member privacy and safety.
The difficult part is finding a balance between security and convenience, so members can enjoy using Aspire without the hassle. The best solution we could find was to provide additional familiar sign-in options, allowing you to choose the method that is easiest to remember, thus achieving our ultimate goal: Allowing members to easily sign-in and access Aspire Savings.
Sound interesting? Check out these options to learn more or give it a try...
How Social Sign-In Works - Beginner's Guide - Learn how Aspire's system works and view a video about OpenID
Setup Social Sign-In - Steps to get going, for if you have learned how it works or if you already understand how this works or can figure it out quick and easy.