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LastPass:Secure Password Storage

lastpassStoring information in the cloud or having offsite access to your data might make collaboration easy, but it leaves your data vulnerable. Your data is also vulnerable via social media and other mobile apps. But, wait you have a password for each and every account, and everyone who collaborates is required to log-in to the password protected system. Sure, but how secure are those passwords?

Take a moment to ask yourself how strong are your passwords and how often do you change your passwords. Then consider these statistics; about 30% of users choose passwords with a length of six characters or less. And, 60% of users chose their passwords from a limited set of alphanumeric characters. Plus, many users use the same password across multiple sites making that one password the “key to the city” so to speak.

Okay, so how do you make strong passwords (and remember them)? Use  a service like LastPass. This pay for service helps your organization create strong passwords and store them safely--no more shared password files or sticky notes on the desktop. With LastPass you can give everyone in your organization their own vault for storing their passwords securely.

LastPass has a dashboard that lets you manage all your password needs. From the dashboard you add or remove team members. You can also use it to set restrictions on what various team members can access and you can store additional information such as digital records: WiFi logins, software licenses, and employee IDs.

There are two payment tier options. The first tier is for teams of 50 or less and it starts at $2.52/per team member, per month. The second tier is for larger teams and is $4 per user/per month.

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