Bethlehem, PA, November 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Jeff Teschke, Founder and President of Forge3, Ltd. of the Lehigh Valley, Pa., launched the company’s flagship information management system this past Saturday. Safestacks allows users to securely share passwords and other information with colleagues and clients.
The online application was created when Forge3, a local web design and consulting firm, found it difficult to share and keep track of client information, such as usernames, passwords and other important details. Spreadsheets, sticky notes and insecure emails are not viable in today’s connected world.
Safestacks provides a central location to store information using 256-bit encryption (the same used by banks) and their unique Unlock Code SecurityTM (UCS) - meaning that sensitive information is “garbled” and made accessible only when the user enters his unique Unlock Code.
“Safestacks was a result of us solving our own problem. If we were struggling managing important information like usernames, passwords and more, surely others were as well. So, after realizing that nothing else existing, we built it,” Teschke says.
As the system moves out of beta, Safestacks will be adding new features, including the ability to export data.
“We’re thrilled with the initial support and feedback Safestacks has received. Our users are doing things with Safestacks that we never could have imagined. Thanks to them, we have a lot of great ideas on the to-do list,” says Teschke.
Users can try the online application free for 30 days, then it is only $12 per month thereafter making it an affordable option for small, as well as large businesses. For more information please visit safestacks.com.