LastPass might do what you need, but I don't believe there is offline
access. I have had great luck with KeePass (all open source), when
storing/syncing the database on your choice of cloud storage, however
you'll have to weigh your security needs with ease of access. I would
recommend using a personal Keepass database to store the password for your
office keepass, as an added layer of security.
On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 2:05 PM, Scott Prater <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Shibboleth (for authentication, including multifactor) + Grouper (for
> centralized user, role, and permission management) might be a good fit.
> They have the added bonus of integrating nicely with InCommon.
> -- Scott
> On 08/22/2014 12:51 PM, Mark A. Matienzo wrote:
>> We're looking for a password manager application or service that works
>> with teams, and I'd be eager to hear about particular recommendations.
>> Desired features include the following:
>> - 2 factor authentication
>> - The ability to define groups or teams, and assign specific credential
>> sets to those groups
>> - The ability to revoke access
>> - Hosted services are a plus
> Scott Prater
> Shared Development Group
> General Library System
> University of Wisconsin - Madison
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