August 2013 Monthly Archives

Collaborating Securely with Groups

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As you all know, we launched Keeper for Groups this month, and we have to say–we’re pretty proud of it. Keeper for Groups solves a problem that, while nothing new, has gone unsolved for some time. What is that problem? Collaboration. On the one hand, collaboration is great. It’s powerful and efficient. We’ve all heard […]

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Focus: The Ability to Say “No”

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by Darren Guccione, CEO & Co-Founder Last week, I had the pleasure of sitting as a guest on The Mad Rocket radio show, a fun and innovative talk show about entrepreneurship, innovation and marketing.  The show airs weekly on AM 560 The Answer and is hosted by Mark Imperial and Ian Miller, two fantastic business […]

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BYOD: The Security Dilemma

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by Darren Guccione, CEO & Co-Founder One of the latest buzz phrases to hit the SMB and Enterprise space is BYOD:  Bring Your Own Device.  This term wasn’t invented out of creativity – it was a result of addressing a major dilemma that CIO’s, CTO’s and Sys Admins began facing with the convergence of “unauthorized” […]

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Introducing Keeper for Groups

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Greetings, Keepies! We’ve got big news for you. Today marks the launch of a whole new Keeper product: Keeper for Groups. So what are “Groups,” exactly? That’s for you to decide. Groups are families, offices, teams. Groups are projects. Groups are coworkers. Groups collaborate. Groups share. And Keeper for Groups makes all of that possible. Our […]

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Let's Talk About Specs, Baby

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If you logged in to Keeper in the past week or so, you received an alert about upgrading your account’s security. Something about AES ciphers and some numbers. What was all that about? In technical terms: we upgraded all Keeper users’ information from 128-to 256-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) ciphers. AES with a 256-bit key-length […]

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