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Techsoup publishes a guide to security, but it leaves out a very important tool that can improve security -- a password manager. Sure there are the regular recommendations to use strong passwords, but let's face it, people often don't do that. A password manager can be a huge help to improve password security.
It would be great if Techsoup could offer a password manager for nonprofits --- Dashlane and LastPass seem to be the best.
Thanks for the suggestion - it's a good one! Hopefully our product folks can get right on it. I suggest you subscribe to our New Product Alert newsletter in the meantime. To do that, go to the home page, scroll down and click "Subscribe".
Chris Delatorre · Editor, science geek, remote work advocate · https://twitter.com/urbanmolecule
It is 2 years later. No option for a password manager??? Dashlane seems to be the obvious choice here.
We could really use a password manager too... any news on this? Thanks
Thanks for asking - I was getting close with Dashlane when my two primary contacts left the company for new positions. Trying to find the latest person who might take up the quest. Any particular password manager you'd want to see here? Just let me know!
Gayle Samuelson Carpentier, Chief Business Development Officer, TechSoup Global
We would be very interested in LastPass. Thanks!
And just want to let you know that we're working on it - I've been talking with Dashlane, but they've had a lot of personnel changes, so obviously slows down progress. FYI LastPass is owned by LogMeIn, and while they were on TechSoup for a long while, they closed down their nonprofit offerings here some time ago. BUt never fear, we continue to talk and ask on behalf of all the challenged nonprofits out there.
Appreciate the suggestions!
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