LastPass Brings Signature Password Management Capabilities To Teams In The Workplace

FAIRFAX, Va., Nov. 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today LastPass debuted LastPass Teams, a new business version of its market-leading password manager, complete with the login sharing and simplified user management features that teams and small businesses need to be productive.
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LastPass Teams is available immediately on all popular browsers and platforms, including the browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Opera on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

"The number of cloud-based tools and online account logins used in today's digital workplace has grown rapidly. Being able to share access to passwords with colleagues has become essential to our daily workflow," said Joe Siegrist, VP and GM of LastPass. "We are committed to solving the password problem, for businesses of all sizes. With the addition of LastPass Teams, we now have a password solution for businesses big and small."

LastPass TeamsDesigned to meet the needs of teams of up to 50 users, LastPass Teams allows users to bring the convenience and security of LastPass to the office. This new offering enables business owners, team leads, and everyday users to be confident in solving their team's password problems, without needing to be an IT professional. LastPass Teams includes:
  • Quick, convenient, and secure team-wide password sharing of one account login or dozens at a time, with either one team member or a group.
  • A simple, intuitive admin dashboard where team leads can add or remove team members, control who has access to which sites, set policies for extra security, and keep track of employee activity with automated reporting.
  • Unlimited syncing so password changes and policies are automatically updated behind-the-scenes, keeping everyone up-to-date, no matter which device they're using.

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