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TeamsID Helps Secure Your Passwords for Slack and Other Groups

Worried about your passwords falling into the wrong hands? TeamsID's team password manager might work for your small business.

A new platform aims to help thwart password exploitation, one of the most popular ways hackers use to breach systems. With TeamsID you can ensure the passwords the team in your small business use are protected.

Digital security is one of the biggest challenges small businesses face, which requires protecting every possible vector of attack. The new features of the TeamsID password manager has been designed to be used within small-business teams that use Slack, G Suite, two-factor authentication and other collaboration and security services.

TeamsID is created by SplashData, which provides password protection for customers such as, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, US Department of Energy, Johns Hopkins University, and many others.

Team Password Manager

The new features further simplifies the launch of password management and security programs so permissions can be set and users monitored. Teams can then access the resources they need from the company to share with their colleagues. But personal and business passwords are kept separate to ensure the privacy of both parties.

All it takes to get started is setup teams and invite members into the respective teams. These members can start contributing and make the content available to everyone that belongs in the group.

This makes everyone more efficient, because the information they need is readily available in one place, so they don’t have to go looking for it. Furthermore, it is secure, which protects the organization as a whole from potential attacks.

TeamsID is now available, and you can start with a 14 day free trial that has all the features enable without limits on users. Once the trial is over, you can choose the Family and Business editions for $2 and $3 respectively per user, per month. There is also an On Premise Edition for $2,500 with an annual site license.

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