One of the most common questions I get when it comes to organizing is: How can I clear out my paper clutter? The answer seems simple - go digital. But it's not that easy. Using digital storage for your important documents and records is a great way to reduce your household paper but if you don't have a way to keep those files secure you are just trading one problem for another. When you move to digital storage you need a system to organize passwords and documents that is secure and easy to use in order to keep your family's private information safe. Fortunately you can get all that and more with your own digital vault from Keeper Security.
Many of our important records are already stored online - bank information, insurance documents, and medical records, to name a few. But each of these sites requires a different password and I am the worst when it comes to remembering passwords. The WORST. I usually write things down so that I don't forget, but that just doesn't seem like a safe option when it comes to passwords. I need a safe and secure way to organize them online, in one place that I can access anywhere. That's where Keeper Security comes in. They've created a digital vault just for my family, where I can safely record my passwords and keep them organized. And that's not all - they also provide secure storage for our most important records. Anything that I want to keep safe and secure can be easily organized and stored with Keeper Security.
Keeper Security is easy to setup and use. You create one master password for your vault (even I can remember one password), and you can access it on any mobile device, computer, or browser. Once you are in, Keeper Security will walk you through the process of entering your information and uploading your files. You can use folders and custom fields to keep everything organized for easy access.
Are you ready to organize your passwords and conquer paper clutter with safe online storage? Learn more and get your own Keeper Security subscription by visiting their website or heading to the app store here.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.