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Ok, but what solution would work in a file sharing context?I'm all for using password managers stored in the cloud, but if it's free you need to ask yourself where the money to pay for servers comes from. Just use something tried and tested like 1Password.
Ok, but what solution would work in a file sharing context?
Also, I'm curious, what do businesses use? I mean, say you have 100 IT employees all of who need to have a way of accessing something. Where would they store such details?
Yeah, but mega.nz auto syncs and I have two PCs on at the same time on occasion. Have had issues syncing the database properlyI use KeePass but the database is stored on OneDrive in the cloud. Best of both worlds. It is used and accessed locally, but can download the database on another platform and access my passwords if required.