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Password management application for your nonprofits

When I visit my clients’ (nonprofits) offices, they still use sticky notes on their laptop computer to remind their login credentials (username and password). Some say that they list all their credentials on a piece of paper. This is not secure to manage your login information, and you would be wasting your time typing them in every time you log in.

We use lots of online applications, such as WordPress, MailChimp, Google Drive, DropBox, Google Analytics, Skype and the list goes on and on… Not only we use online applications, but also we shop online and bank online.

This is where password management applications come to play. Secure passwords contain small letters, capital letters, numbers, symbols and at least 20 characters. Your password would look like “[email protected]#9032{_$0dwW0}-“, and remembering them is impossible. I am reviewing one of the most popular password manager, 1Password (https://1password.com) and quickly walk you through how this will help your organization.

 

 

 

 

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Osamu Wakabayashi

Web Design Consultant for Nonprofits
He is all about helping nonprofit organizations leverage the power of the internet and do more things online so that they can grow their business. He led Ottawa UI/UX Meetup group with over 2,000 members to promote web designer communities in Canada. He is currently the organizer for Web for nonprofits Meetup group with over 200 nonprofit professionals and leaders in Ottawa.