Submitted by Joe Millenbach
It seems like every time I turn around there is a new website that I'm using for my daily business or for my personal use. Doing business via a website has become an integral part of how we stay connected today and we do everything via a website, including booking airline tickets, making hotel reservations, managing our expense accounts, and staying connected to our co-workers, friends, and family. Unfortunately with each of these websites comes a new username and a separate password.
If you're like me you've tried to keep that information as consistent as possible but the sheer magnitude of usernames and passwords makes it impossible to always be consistent. We all have our own strategies for how we keep track of these valuable little tidbits of information but recently I've discovered an app called LastPass that stores your usernames and passwords for every website that you belong to.
By joining LastPass, you can enter your username and password for a specific website once, and the site will store that information for you every time you want to log into your frequent websites. Even better, you can add a LastPass Login bookmarklet to your Bookmark toolbar that will automatically pre-populate the username and password fields each time you visit a website that you've saved in LastPass. No more trying to remember that information and no more rustling through old steno pads to find out where you wrote that information down 3 months ago. It's a huge timesaver and the convenience factor is great. Best of all, a basic account is free to use.
If you're tired of always forgetting your username and passwords to important websites, visit lastpass.com and see for yourself how easy it is.
Free - Integrated with dispatch systems allowing you to book a taxi from your phone, track the arrival, charge the ride to your credit card, and expense the trip with an e-receipt