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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We all know a few friends who could use a little extra time in their day. Colleagues who could be more organized. Clients that could benefit from a boost in productivity. TeamPassword might be just what they need to get projects moving and start working more efficiently.
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A password manager that helps streamline the onboarding process for new employees? Yes, TeamPassword has you covered there too! Our password management software was designed to help you and your teams work more efficiently in all areas of your office life—and that includes cutting downtime during new employee training.
It’s intimidating to be the “new guy.” New hires are often overwhelmed during the first couple days at the job. They’re being bombarded with paperwork, office rules, and job responsibilities— all while trying to learn the names of their new coworkers. They want to make a good first impression and prove their worth during those critical first days. But when they’re constantly running into “login required” roadblocks it’s difficult to get up and running without feeling like a burden to their password wielding colleagues— or compromising their “best new employee” facade by bothering the boss.
TeamPassword eliminates the need for handholding of new employees. With a few clicks in our shared password manager, your new talent will have access to all the tools they need to start doing their job—and their coworkers’ smiling avatar will also help them remember names!
Simply add the employee name and email to your company’s TeamPassword account and click on the groups they will need access to.
The new employee will instantly be able to see all the relevant logins they’ll need — and hopefully have some fresh ideas about useful apps or services the team can add. With TeamPassword’s quick learning curve, even the least tech-savvy hire will easily grasp the user interface.
And if hiring a new employee means eliminating another, simply remove the outbound person’s access without worry that your company’s sensitive information is at risk. Secure password management is TeamPassword’s top priority.
TeamPassword encourages employee autonomy which leads to greater employee engagement. Engaged employees are more motivated to do their work, increasing results and driving productivity. TeamPassword gives your staff the tools they need to do their best work.
Companies use a shared password manager like TeamPassword every day for mission-critical logins: those essential tools and apps that keep the business functioning at its highest potential. But they’re also sharing logins that make the office run smoother, improve employee morale and make it easier for their teams to collaborate and spend time (and eat) together— proving that team password management isn’t just for the boring stuff anymore!
Here at TeamPassword we help over 14,000 customers worldwide securely manage their passwords and keep their businesses functioning at the highest level. This customer database provides a unique insight into the popular tools, apps, and systems that top marketers, startups, and tech giants rely on to keep their projects moving efficiently.
On average, our clients are managing 147 system logins using TeamPassword. (That’s a lot of passwords to keep track of!) The more logins you add on TeamPassword, the more time you will save and the easier it becomes to collaborate across teams.
We analyzed data from our 14,000 worldwide users to identify the top 30 marketing tools they rely on every day. Which of these tools do you use? If you’re not familiar with these tools maybe you should be!
At TeamPassword we’re dedicated to helping you be more productive; in a busy workday, we understand that every minute counts. In a May 2017 survey, we learned that our Digital Marketing customers are saving an average of 120 minutes when onboarding new employees and clients by using TeamPassword. What could you accomplish with an extra 2 hours in your schedule?
Perhaps you’d like to use a few of those extra minutes to exercise your brain? We hid the top 30 marketing tools in a word search to give you a break from the daily grind.
*Studies have found that word searches and other puzzles help improve cognition, memory, focus and expand vocabulary. When we complete a task – like finding all the words in our marketing tools puzzle – we get a satisfying surge of dopamine from the brain. Maintaining a healthy dopamine flow helps keep us motivated in other areas of our lives. So refresh yourself with a little playtime – you’ve earned it after saving all those valuable minutes by using TeamPassword!
TeamPassword allows you to store, manage and share access to the apps, services, and tools your team needs to save time and keep projects moving smoothly. Click here to start your free 14-day trial, and decide for yourself how to spend all your extra time!
Today, doing business means having dozens of online accounts and dozens (or even hundreds) of passwords.
Poor password management can cost your business time, money, and countless headaches. Every business should have a password vault. A secure password manager, like TeamPassword.com, that makes it easy to collaborate and share online accounts.
Increase productivity. Your employees are more productive when they have access to the accounts they need. When employees have to ask each other the password for this service or that service, your company loses valuable productivity. Don’t let the people whose time and expertise you’re paying for waste it on password management. With TeamPassword, your employees will have passwords at their fingertips and won’t have to ask anybody.
Avoid duplicate accounts. TeamPassword lets your employees see which services your company has already signed up for so that Jenna from HR doesn’t accidentally create a Hootsuite account when Joe from Marketing has already made one. Having multiple accounts for the same service can be a nightmare. It can be difficult to shut down the twin accounts, and you could even end up paying a duplicate subscription fee. Duplicate accounts lead to disorganization, confusion, and lost productivity.
Speed up onboarding. No one wants to spend their first day figuring out how to log onto the accounts they need to do their job. A good shared password manager makes it easy to ramp up new employees. Just add the new employee to your TeamPassword account, then grant them access to the appropriate groups.
Our team password manager lets new employees see what accounts you already have. If they’re unfamiliar with a service that might help them do their job, they can quickly ask you about it and get rolling.
Ease the breakup. When employees leave your company, a team password management app makes it simple to revoke access. Give access to your accounts on a need-to-know basis. It only takes one moment of vindictiveness for a spurned former employee with Twitter access to potentially tarnish your company’s reputation. You count on your business for your livelihood, but just as importantly, your employees count on your business for their livelihoods. Prevent mistakes by having good systems in place- and a secure password manager.
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With our passion for tech and high growth companies, we hope that you see us as more than “that password management company that saves the words and numbers you can’t remember.”
That’s why we dedicate time each week to write about the many different aspects of working at a tech company. Below are some of our favorite articles you might have missed over the past weeks and month.
If you set up the right processes and systems for password sharing, you’ll never have to waste time worrying about password management again. Read on to learn six password strategies that will let you get back to working on your core business.
1-Identify who needs access. Obviously, your employees will need access to certain passwords, but it’s also likely that outside vendors may need to access certain accounts as well. Does your bookkeeper need access to your credit card account? Does your marketing consultant need access to your Twitter account? Make a list of everyone who will need access to your company’s passwords and then dole out password information accordingly.
2-Identify shared password groups. Once you’ve identified everyone who will need access, organize those team members into different password access groups. For example, your technical team likely won’t need access to the same passwords as your marketing team. Here are a few common groups we see small businesses using:
- Administrative: Admins and office manager types need access to accounts like Staples, Amazon, hotels, and airlines.
- Finance: Bookkeepers and accountants need access to accounts like your commercial bank, credit cards, and payroll system.
- Marketing: Your internal team, consultants, and/or agency will need access to accounts like Twitter, Facebook, Hootsuite, Mailchimp, GoDaddy, and any Content Management Systems (CMS) you or your clients use.
Creating groups in TeamPassword is easy and ensures that the appropriate people—and only the appropriate people—have access to the passwords they need.
3-Update your hiring procedures. You likely already have a process for hiring people that includes collecting tax paperwork and inputting information into payroll. We suggest you add one more step—add the new hire to the appropriate password groups in your password management app. This way, the new hire will never be held up waiting for someone to give them the password for a site they need to do their job.
4-Update your termination procedures. No one likes to think that an employee isn’t going to work out but let’s be realistic. It’s important to be prepared for when someone leaves (or is asked to leave). You don’t want an unhappy ex-employee to have full access to your bank accounts, social media, or any sensitive company information. Even if an employee left your company amicably, you should remove them from your TeamPassword account to minimize risk. If an ex-employee has poor password management habits, they could jeopardize your company without doing anything malicious. If one of their accounts gets hacked, your password security (and thus bank accounts, credit cards, and reputation) could be in danger.
5-Don’t forget about the all too important consultants and vendors! When you begin working with a vendor or consultant, don’t forget to add them to the appropriate password groups. And, of course, if you stop working with a consultant or vendor, you should treat it just like an employee termination, and remove access to your passwords.
6-Double check your work on a regular basis. People are, well, human, and we all make mistakes. You should set a regular schedule, perhaps once a quarter, to sign in and review your password groups. First, make sure the users on your account are current. Second, review the groups to which your users are assigned. For example, if Joe changed from an administrative assistant to a marketing role, he would likely no longer need the password for your Amazon account. Plus, regular check-ins will help make sure no one accidentally gave your tech intern access to all of your banking passwords.
We created TeamPassword to help people manage their team’s passwords the right way. If you follow this simple system, you can say goodbye to shared Google documents, outdated Excel spreadsheets, and password security breaches. Give it a try with our free 14-day trial!
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?
We all have bad habits—letting emails pile up in the inbox, getting fast food for lunch, leaving dishes in the sink. We all do it. The typical bad habit isn’t normally a big deal, but when it comes to managing your passwords, getting into a bad pattern can cost you serious time and money. We all know the hassle of forgetting a password and having to reset it, but that’s nothing compared what you’ll go through if your accounts are compromised because you managed your passwords poorly.
We all know the hassle of forgetting a password and having to reset it, but that’s nothing compared to what you’ll go through if your accounts are compromised because you managed your passwords poorly.
It’s the age-old story of a company that uses the same password for everything, one unimportant site gets hacked, and the attacker proceeds to log into all of their sites.
Luckily, with the right strategies and tools, building good password habits is easy. Read on to learn about bad password management habits and how you can fix them.