“Sign me in, please!”: An Indonesian Perspective of Google Single Sign-On

“Sign me in, please!”: An Indonesian Perspective of Google Single Sign-On

Google is an identity provider which provides email account. Email account is used for third-party service’s registration. Nowadays, Google provides single sign on function. This function enables Internet users, use only one authentication process to obtain permission to access third-party’s services. Single sign on process allows data sharing process from respective account (Google’s Email) to the third-party. This process increases the risk of personal data loss. This research aims to determine the factors that affect Internet user’s intention to use Google’s single sign on, by using SEM (Structural Equation Modelling). In this research, there are 10 latent variables with 30 indicators. Those variable latent are Trust, Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Behavioral Intention of Use, Risk, Security, and Privacy (Second order using IUIPC). This research collects 247 respondents, who have used Google's single sign on, through online questionnaire. The results shows, the factors that affect Internet user’s intention to use Google’s single sign on are Perceived Usefulness and Risk.

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