How many tabs do you currently have open in your browser? Are you constantly logging in and out of sites that you manage for several different clients? Always searching through spreadsheets and emails for those logins and passwords? TeamPassword makes this easy!
Perhaps you can deduce from our name — we’re all about teamwork. As everyone at Jungle Disk knows, teamwork is as essential to a successful business as network security and data backup. The idea for TeamPassword was born out of necessity. In the start-up days of OrderUp, my colleagues and ...
That’s a whole lot of passwords locked in our vault! Customers are sharing more logins than ever and we’re on the fast track to 1.5 million shares!
Maintaining secure passwords is key in protecting your personal, business and client data. Below we walk you through the setup process and how to use TeamPassword.
TeamPassword’s founder, Brian Sierakowski moved from Baltimore to San Antonio to oversee the merge and help drive the next phase of TeamPassword’s evolution. Brian tells us what’s new since the company’s big move.
For most average people, the weakest link in their security is simply their password. In 2018, the phrase “password” is even a bit of a misnomer. It’s much better and much safer to use passphrases.
In March, TeamPassword joined the Jungle Disk cybersecurity suite, bringing with it five years of experience solving password challenges in the era of web applications and software-as-a-service for small businesses. If you haven’t already explored our newest product addition, we want to introduce you and tell you why we’re so excited to add a solution to our suite that helps solve password management challenges.
Having different high-level passwords is something that is crucial when it comes to keeping your accounts secure as well as your identity. Yet, many people are set off by the idea of having to remember 20 different character combinations just for one account.
Passwords are something nearly all of us use on a daily basis. Whether we’re logging into our computers, email accounts, social media accounts, or bank accounts; passwords are used to “secure” our online lives and that of the companies we work for or run. I feel safe in saying that passwords aren’t exactly the MOST secure way to protect these assets, but the eliminating passwords for some other method of authentication (like biometrics, for example) is pretty far off from being widely accepted and used. So, given this reality, it’s vital to the security interests of our businesses and to our ourselves that we choose strong passwords whenever possible. Learn what “password strength” means, how it differs from complexity, how password strength applies to security, and what you can do to make your passwords stronger and easier to manage.
Greetings to the Jungle Disk blog audience! As you’ve already heard, my company TeamPassword has been acquired by Jungle Disk, and as of the beginning of March, I’ve joined the Jungle Disk team. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and give a bit of background on myself and the company.
Password security in the era of cloud collaboration creates frustrating issues for businesses and their clients. On behalf of the whole Jungle Disk team, I’m thrilled to announce the addition of TeamPassword to our data security suite.