Google has expanded its identity services to support a wide range of business apps, including Microsoft Office 365, Box, Facebook at Work, Slack, New Relic, Panorama9, Concur, Coupa and more.
As well as offering its own web-based productivity apps, Google is looking to bill itself as an integrated security manager for cloud apps.
The company announced last year that it would offer preconfigured support under the SAML 2.0 standard.
In a blog post, Google said its identity services can provide even more security on mobile when combined with Google Apps enterprise mobile management controls like password strength, lock screen requirements and app management.
These can work in tandem with the increasing number of mobile security options, from hardware such as fingerprint readers, to software such as Google’s Smart Lock.
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