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You Already Take Security Seriously… Why Not Take Security to the Next Level with Strong, Easy-to-Manage Passwords?

 

Introducing

Password Management as a Service


Your business has always taken security seriously and been mindful of protecting your data. You’ve invested in firewalls, anti-virus programs, spam filtering, and backup/disaster recovery tools. But when is the last time you considered the first line of defense beyond all these security measures? Passwords are used to protect your systems, data, and online accounts; however, the difficulty of remembering strong passwords often puts people off creating them. Interested in learning more about Databranch’s new password management service? Reach out to a Databranch Account Manager at 716-373-4467, info@databranch.com, or click here to get started.


Our Password Management as a Service offering makes it simple for you to use strong passwords while delivering the following benefits:

 
 
 
Ease of Use
Your staff members can easily reset their own Windows login passwords without needing to call the help-desk and wait for a response.
 
 
 
Enhanced Productivity
Your staff members will no longer waste time hunting for or trying to remember passwords, and through one-click login tools…
 
 
 
Improved Operational Efficiency
Your staff members will be able to consolidate website favorites/ bookmarks across all computers using one click login tools…
 
 
 
Unsurpassed Security
Your staff members will use more complex passwords as opposed to easily remembered passwords – and each password will be unique.
 

 

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