Going to try something a bit different and invite someone who knows a lot about personal productivity to guest post some tips for us. Meet Brittany Wheeler. She knows about time management because as a busy mom she lives it
Good news: SplashID 8.1 is finally here! We have updated apps for iOS, Windows desktop, Android, and the web. Remember, only SplashID Pro users get access to all updates. Mac is coming soon! I’m putting that in bold since it’s
Dear SplashID Friends, I am excited to announce that we are close to releasing our latest version, SplashID 8.1. This update of SplashID brings the ability to mark your favorite records, view passwords being set or changed, and use filters
SplashData’s 3rd annual worldwide company meeting is underway this week in Dubai, United Arab Emirates with key teams from the USA, Europe, and Asia participating. For consumer users of SplashID, the teams are focusing on SplashID feature requests and product planning.
Technology Hacks to Make Your Life More Productive If you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for ways to get more done. Here are some that I’ve found recently. Using technology already at your disposal, ranging from your smartphone
We’ve announced our well known list of “Worst Passwords” for 2015 — check out the press release and see a cool infographic we created for this year.
I seem to be getting a lot of questions recently about SplashID Pro, so I thought I’d do a little FAQ here. What is SplashID Pro? Like many well-known software applications, SplashID has moved from being a one-time purchase
Last week, we announced a number of new SplashID app updates here and by email. As always when we make announcements like this, I got a lot of questions and requests. But I also get some wonderful messages from customers that
SplashID App Updates Dear SplashID friends, Hope you’re having a good start to 2016! Our development team has been busy, and we have a number of SplashID updates for you. To take advantage of all the features and enjoy access
The Not So Secret History of Passwords The password dates back to the earliest days of shared computer systems, all the way back to the 1960’s. The MIT shared computer system circa 1960’s Here’s a quick timeline of what happened