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Secure, Store Passwords Permanently

wrote this on February 11, 2011 / 1 comment

 Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don’t let anybody else use it, and get a new one every six months. -Clifford Stoll 

If you’re like me, one of the challenges of modern life is remembering all the different passwords for all your different accounts.  I actually keep a used envelope folded in my wallet with a dozen passwords written on the back.  It’s crinkled and soft from years of use and spotted with coffee stains.  I realize this is foolish.   But I needed a solution.

Enter the IQTELL Virtual Workspace. One of its many very cool features is a password protector.  You store your passwords in a custom account folder, and we use best of breed encryption methods to protect your data.  This is very, very serious security, not even employees (including the programmers) can see your passwords. 

And, because this is IQTELL, your data is connected and in the cloud.  That means you can access your information from anywhere, from any device and at any time.  In addition, you can easily connect to the other IQTELL features.  For example, secure a password into our system then set a reminder to update it periodically using our task manager.

If you haven’t signed up yet – here is the link.   We’ll get you on the invite list so you can be one of our first beta testers. 

And, on your way home today, pick up a new toothbrush.

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