Filling is clearly one of the most important features in 1Password. I know, I know, security is super important too … it protects our data from prying eyes and provides some very valuable peace of mind. But day to day, it is the convenience of being able to fill those long, randomly generated strings of gibberish […]
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About Megan O'Brien
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Megan O'Brien contributed a whooping 16 entries.
Entries by Megan O'Brien
I’ve moved a lot during my ‘adult’ life, and as such, I’ve got friends and family across the country, and around the world. Since I don’t see most of them nearly as much as I would like to, I like to send out random gifts every now and then to remind them that I think […]
One of the awesome things about AgileBits is that we’re a mostly remote company. We hail from six different countries around the world, and two different continents. Before we opened our Toronto office two years ago, in fact, there was no headquarters (except, perhaps Dave and Roustem’s basements). This means that a large portion of the […]
Creating secure passwords for you is one of the most important things that we do here at AgileBits. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve 1Password to make it more secure and more convenient. Today, we believe we’ve come up with an innovative solution that will allow users to create secure passwords … even in the face of unreasonably […]
With the conversation about online security and banking so fresh in everyone’s minds, I thought now would be a great time to send a message out to banks and financial institutions everywhere to encourage them to to take users’ security more seriously.
The ability to have your secure password data with you on all of your devices is one of the most important features of 1Password. Of course, strong encryption of your data is vital as well, but it is sync that ensures that you can use these strong and unique passwords across all your devices easily. […]
Did you know that 1Password was initially only supposed to be a one-month project?
For our second Behind the Mug feature post, we get to learn more about one of the recent recruits to our crack team of document gurus: Aleen Simms.
We’re starting a new feature here on the Agile Blog to tell you a little more about some of the awesome people who make up the 1Password team.
I’m not sure if you’ve been on the Internet lately, but there’s this “ice bucket challenge” thing going around. Sure enough, some members of the AgileBits crew were challenged, and in good form … we challenged all of our co-workers. We’ve made a donation to ALS (as well as several other causes near and dear […]