Keeper Demo for Teams and Small Business
Keeper eliminates the pain of having to remember passwords while protecting your business from password-related data breaches and cyberthreats. This video will demonstrate all that Keeper has to offer your small business and provide you with step-by-step instructions to get your team up and running in no time. If you're looking for an Enterprise demo with SSO and advanced capabilities, make sure to check out Keeper Enterprise.
Keeper is a password management application and digital vault that stores and protects your website passwords, financial information and other sensitive documents. Keeper can generate unique, secure passwords for you that you can unlock with a single Master Password. Keeper makes it easy to login to websites without having to remember passwords ever again.
Keeper offers best-in-class security and utilizes a zero-trust and zero-knowledge security architecture with full end-to-end encryption. This means that all of your passwords and private information are encrypted locally on your device and protected by 256-bit AES encryption keys. Each record is encrypted with a key, which is then encrypted by a key derived from your Master Password. This ensures you're the only one who can access your vault.
In this brief demo, I will first review what the end-user or your employees’ experience will be, then I will go through the Keeper Admin Console where you can invite your users, create teams and manage security settings.
When you provide Keeper to your employees, they have the choice of using the Keeper Web Vault, Browser Extension, we call "KeeperFill", Keeper Desktop App for Windows, Mac, Linux, or our mobile app for iOS and Android. They work together and they also can work independently.
You can login to Keeper using biometrics like Face ID, or using a Master Password. Keeper is built with an advanced device verification system to protect your vault from intruders. Multi-factor authentication using hardware keys like a Yubikey is supported in addition to other methods such as TOTP and SMS.
Here in the vault, users can store and protect passwords, files and any type of confidential information. Vault records can be viewed as folders, tiles or as a list. Records can be organized into subfolders and shared folders using drag-and-drop.
To create a record click the Create New button. Records can be created with out-of-the-box templates and field types, ranging from simple website passwords, payment cards, bank accounts and file attachments, to more advanced IT record types such as, servers, SSH keys and two-factor codes.
Once you enter the record details, our password generator can help create strong and unique passwords for every site.
You can also attach any type of file to vault records, such as a passport photo, media file or other document. Click Files or Photos to upload a file, or simply drag-and-drop the file directly into your vault.
Custom Fields allow you to store additional data within a record, such as the answer to a site's security question or an account number. When you are finished creating your record click Save.
Importing your existing passwords into Keeper is easy. Both Keeper’s Web Vault and Desktop App provide an automatic import method which gathers your logins and passwords across any browser, including iCloud keychain.
We also support an automatic import from many other password managers such as Lastpass and 1password. Additionally, Keeper has an advanced import capability which supports Excel and CSV files.
Keeper's autofill feature called "KeeperFill" makes it easy to login, save passwords and change passwords on any website or app. KeeperFill works seamlessly on every browser and operating system. During the onboarding steps your users will be prompted to install KeeperFill or you can install it from our website’s Download page.
If you are on a Chrome or Edge browser, like I am here, be sure to "pin" the extension to ensure it's visible in your browser window at all times. You also may want to disable your browser’s built-in password saving feature usually located in your browser's “Settings” menu.
Once installed, the Keeper icon will appear in the upper-right corner of your web browser window, with the exception of Safari where it will appear left of center. Moving forward, when you log in or out of your Web Vault you will be automatically logged in or out of KeeperFill and vice-versa. As you can see here, I am already logged into KeeperFill since I’ve logged into my Vault. To stay logged in between browser and computer restarts, navigate to your KeeperFill Security Settings and enable “Stay Logged In”.
Upon logging in, you will notice various tools can be accessed from the KeeperFill toolbar. The search bar is where you can search for a website login or anything else stored in your vault.
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