AuthorBrian Sierakowski

Important update from TeamPassword

We’ve been keeping a secret here are TeamPassword. (What can we say? It’s our job to keep things under lock and key.) We’ve been acquired by Jungle Disk and will be a part of their suite of services that they offer to small businesses.

What does all of this mean? To you, the customer, it means that your password management will continue to get better. You’ll still go to the same site, use the same extension, log in with the same info and have the same amazing experience. Working closely with Jungle Disk’s team will allow us to expand services and listen to all of your feedback to make your password management experience seamless and secure.

Thank you to each and every one of you. What launched out of a startup weekend in Baltimore is now a company with more than 35% international users, with the average client managing 147 system logins using TeamPassword — and saving, on average, 120 minutes when onboarding new employees. We’ve made amazing progress and we’re excited to grow what we’ve built with Jungle Disk.

Please join us in celebrating and get ready for an even better password management experience!

LastPass Alternative

A lot of people find us because they’re looking for an alternative to LastPass. That’s actually how our company was started in the first place. Our founders needed a password manager that was specifically for teams, that didn’t auto-fill credentials, and that was tip-top secure but simple enough for a non-programmer to set up.

TeamPassword was built for groups who need to share logins, like Digital Marketers.  


“As a user of both TeamPassword and LastPass, I really appreciate the ease with which TeamPassword allows me to control who can access certain systems and who can’t. As a SaaS provider, we use a lot of other SaaS applications to provide great experiences for our customers. TeamPassword gives us the comfort to share access to those applications within our org, knowing we can easily remove users when needed.”  – Tom H., VP Engineering, Network For Good


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2018 Predictions: The Top 5 Apps to Watch Next Year

Here at TeamPassword, we help 15,000 customers worldwide keep their businesses functioning at the highest level. This extensive customer database provides unique insight into the popular tools, apps, and systems that companies rely on to keep their projects moving efficiently.

We’ve analyzed data from our users and carefully watched trends to track surges and declines in the numbers of people adding similar logins to predict the top 5 tools to watch in 2018. Ensuring that you’re using the best and most up-to-date tools available on the web is essential to success. If you’re not familiar with the apps on this list, now is the time to prepare yourself and your business for the New Year!

 

  • Sendgrid – Despite being a huge company, Sendgrid has generally been seen as a tool that developers use to send transactional emails. Recently, we’ve seen our customers adding Sendgrid accounts more frequently than Mailchimp… (for some reason we should take a guess on)

  • Zapier – Very useful in tying systems together, Zapier has been on an upward trend for the last year or two and it looks like they’re unlikely to slow down.

  • WPEngine – With WordPress powering a large percent of the internet, WPEngine is the number one WP hosting platform added to TeamPassword.

  • Office365 – When a lot of today’s developers were coming up, Microsoft was not at all cool, but it’s becoming a very popular web productivity platform. The new, cool Microsoft appears to be taking hold — and giving the Gmail platform a run for their money according to our client data.

  • SurveyMonkey – Despite our in-house love of Typeform, the Monkey still reigns supreme amongst the survey tools used by our clients.

 

At TeamPassword we’re dedicated to helping you be more productive; in a busy work day, we understand that every minute counts. This year the average client managed 147 system logins using TeamPassword — and saved on average 120 minutes when onboarding new employees and clients. What could you accomplish with an extra 2 hours in the New Year?

TeamPassword allows you to manage and share access to the apps, services, and tools your team needs to save time and keep projects moving smoothly. Visit www.teampassword.com to start your year with a free 14-day trial, and decide for yourself how to spend all your extra time!  

 

The Risks of Storing Your Passwords in Google Sheets

We love Google. We use it every day to search, email, store and share documents, and keep our lives (both work and personal) more organized. Honestly, how did we ever function without it?

For someone who has no system in place to keep track of their passwords then Google Sheets is a great place to start: it allows to you to separate, label and categorize. Autosaves your work. Gives some level of access control as to who can view, edit, and comment on a document. It’s free and almost everyone is already using it.

But there are three main areas of concern when Google Sheets becomes the sole keeper of your passwords: Security, Operations, and Convenience.

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TeamPassword for Every Department

TeamPassword is built for and because of teams. We help teams of all shapes and sizes save time and money by eliminating the need to constantly search for passwords in order to access the daily apps and tools you need to get your job done. Local teams, international teams, old teams, new teams —  get the whole company on board. From digital nomads to startups to growing agencies, TeamPassword works for teams on all levels.

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Customer-Centric: How Your Feedback Helps Drive Product Features

TeamPassword was first developed to solve a personal problem: an unorganized, outdated spreadsheet and too many sticky notes for any sane person to keep track of. We badly needed a better, more secure system to keep track of passwords and logins. TeamPassword was born out of necessity because we needed an alternative to Last Pass and Dash Lane. We needed a password manager that would address the specific issues we were facing: how to safely and easily share passwords between collaborative teams. As we got deeper into development we uncovered more and more functionalities that had to be addressed. The evolution of this product has taken five years and continues to grow and change in order to meet the needs of our users.

Six important features were developed based on specific requests from our users — and more are on the way!

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