How annoying is it to remember passwords?!
Well, today’s featured productivity tool is LastPass, and it’s about to make your business life a whole lot easier.
LastPass is a great tool to help you to remember all of your passwords.
Currently right now, I have 216 different passwords that I need to remember.
If I tried to remember all those passwords, I’d go insane. And if I made them all the same, then that’s a really big problem because if one account gets hacked, that same username and password could be used across all different platforms which is a huge mistake.
So, what you need to do is use LastPass.
It generates a unique password for every single piece of software that you use.
If one account is ever hacked, then that same username and password won’t work on any other account.
Then, what you have is a master password that sits above all of that, and helps you to access your LastPass Vault if ever you need to.
LastPass also enables you to share access to software that you use with your team without ever actually revealing your login details. You can revoke access at any time.
So, if you need to share access to a particular piece of software or technology, then you can do that in a way that’s very safe and secure. So, if you are struggling on how to remember passwords, LastPass is best way to keep track of your passwords.
It is a fantastic tool. So, go ahead and check it out.
This guest post was kindly provided by Dale Beaumont of 52 Ways – one of the best one day workshops for business owners.