But who can remember a different password for every website? Nobody! That’s where passwords managers come in. A passwords manager will create crazy-long, complicated, difficult-to-hack passwords for all your accounts, and store them securely. Then you only have to remember one super secure password to get into your password manager which allows you to access all those other secure passwords you can’t remember. In this post and my next, I’ll share helpful info about three password managers that I have used in the past or that I am currently using.
KeePassX is a free app that provides all kinds of cool features. I have been using KeePassX since 2009 and love it. This utility is available for Mac, Linux and Windows. Check out KeePassX for yourself. There is another app similar to KeePassX called KeePass. In fact, KeePassX started as an open-source Linux variant of the Windows-only KeePass, and their underlying databases are actually interchangeable. I do believe I was searching for KeePass back in 2009, but for some reason I came across KeePassX instead and started using it. Both apps work very well. Check out KeePass too!
This blog series is about the progressive history of Microsoft apps on iOS.
I have had firsthand experience with disaster recovery situations due to hurricanes in our area.
We here in the IT department at Bit-Wizards are putting together some in-depth articles to raise awareness and draw attention to cyber-security and cyber-hygiene.
In this post, I’ll cover the three main ways you and your users can directly access, open, edit and save documents stored in SharePoint.
@FloridaSBDC_UWF @_TeamBeck Thanks for the shout out!
@msclouditpro @Office365 Woohoo! So excited to be part of this awesome podcast!