Virtually all of the security and protection that passwords are supposed to provide for businesses goes out the window the moment employees start sharing their company codes with colleagues and clients. Safestacks provides a way around this issue, giving people the ability to quickly and securely share their passwords, usernames, and other private information online.
A username or password that has been written on a Post-It and stuck on an office refrigerator is not secure. Safestacks provides offices with a better solution for sharing private information. Just enter all of your private usernames, passwords, employee contacts, and licensing information into Safestacks’ encrypted platform. Once your information is saved, you’ll be able to access it at any time, regardless of whether you’re working in the office, at home, or on the road. Manually enter the email address of any colleague you need to share a particular password or username with, then invite that person to log in to Safestacks to get access to the information. Safestacks lets you give access to an unlimited number of users (generally clients or employees), and provides you with real-time data that shows when those users logged in and accessed the information you shared.
One of the unexpected benefits to using Safestacks is that the platform sends automated emails to remind you before your warranties, leases, or domain names expire. Safestacks can also be set up to remind you about employee anniversaries and other important dates, and you can customize the look of the platform to best represent your brand when sending login credentials to clients or vendors.
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