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!
Are paid password managers worth the moolah? Find out, as I review two popular ones!
I put together this tech holiday shopping guide to give you some ideas for tech gifts from the more expensive to stocking stuffer value.
In this post, I’ll wrap up the subject by giving you some possible troubleshooting solutions for resolving (almost inevitable) sync issues.
This blog is part six of my series on SharePoint Governance. While this governance topic may not be the most exciting, it’s something that is unnecessarily confusing for a lot of people running SharePoint, and it is often neglected.
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