How Keyfence.com helped me organize my businesses

Today I would like to introduce a new service for you called Keyfence which is something which I developed to solve a big problem. I am involved with numerous companies and work with various teams using a number of online and offline services which require logins or PIN-codes, all my 10 MasterCards and Visas for example.

I also have a need for sharing some of this information in a secure manner, for example the logins for the cloud based accounting software which we use and where each company has a separate login.

The idea of Keyfence was simple, an online password and login storage service which permitted me to share records and access them on any device. I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you how I use the service to manage my businesses.

Make sure to watch the tutorial first:

I started off by creating a folder for each of my companies and also a folder called Private.

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With this setup I can create records in each company folder which I want to share with the team in that company or I can even create sub folders for different access levels for example.

In the company folders in the Private folder I will store records which I will not share and only should be viewed by me.

In the image below you can see that I have stored login information for Company 1 for our accounting system, for Amazon.com where we buy some of our equipment and for the site where we buy office supplies.

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These are just a few examples of how I use Keyfence which I hope that you will find useful as well!