Just Released: Firefox 2.0 Extension

Are you ready to party, Firefox users? We've recently released the 2.0 version of our Firefox extension, with a number of perks to make your password management experience even better. First off, let's talk about Add-on Signing by Mozilla. Previously an optional step, newer versions of Firefox require add-ons to ...

Customer Spotlight - Marco Sylvestre, Venzee

Marco Sylvestre is the Chief Technical Officer for Venzee. With their #NoMoreSpreadsheets campai gn, Venzee is dedicated to replacing the current practice of manufacturers using spreadsheets to share product information with retailers. With 90% of manufacturers around the world doing exactly that, it's the #1 problem for the trillion dollar ...

Revealing Our New Brand

You may have observed a few changes at TeamPassword. If you have, good! That means our work hasn't gone unnoticed. The team has spent the past few months creating a brand identity that we feel aligns with both our own identity and how we view our relationship with you, our ...

Product Update: Failover Zones

Show of hands, who remembers when Amazon had an outage in September of 2015 ? How badly did it affect you? Were you upset that Netflix also went down, leaving you totally cut off from the digital world? Since TeamPassword was also affected, our friends and clients all over the ...

3 Ways to Use a Team Password Manager for Your Agency

Managing passwords shouldn't get in the way of doing good work for your clients. However, when each client has several, dozens, or hundreds of passwords to manage, it's easy to get overwhelmed. There's nothing quite so infuriating as getting held up on a big project because you can't "find the damn password." Managing passwords on a shared Google Doc can be not only messy but insecure (anyone with edit access can change those privacy settings!) And a password-protected Excel document is going to become outdated over several different versions on different people's computers. Who wants to spend more time looking at spreadsheets, anyway?

Tom's Tales #2 The One Where Tom Trains Three Techs at Once

Tom2Meet Tom. Tom works at Acme Consulting, a 25-person company. As the senior "tech guy" at Acme, Tom wears a number of hats, including having responsibility for IT and security. Tom tries his best to protect his company, but he's got his share of problems (and his colleagues don't always help out), as we'll see in our ongoing series Tom's TaleIf finding qualified employees weren't hard enough, the ordeal of getting them up and going can be even more painful than being understaffed in the first place. Tom thought hiring three techs at once would streamline the training process-until they were all eagerly seated in front of him. He looked down at his to-do list and found himself wondering if it was too late to change his mind.