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Still putting your passwords in Excel?

There is a better way. Stop by the Secret Server booth at TechEd (booth #946) to see our latest version – Secret Server 3.0. If you are not at the show, you can try out a free hosted version here or download it here. (more info here)

Secret Server is a central web-based repository for you to track all your server, network, local admin passwords and more – then securely share them with other members on your team – never lose or forget a password again! The response at TechEd has been phenomenal – we have had great feedback on new product features and even had some customers stop by.

If you are at the show, we look forward to seeing you!

Jonathan Cogley is the CEO and founder of Thycotic Software, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC. Our product, Secret Server is a enterprise password manager system for teams to secure their passwords. Where do you keep your passwords or do you still use the samepassword everywhere?

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