1Password is local software, but by means of using Dropbox you can easily
share a 'vault' with a specific team:
On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 8:27 PM, Alisak Sanavongsay <
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> We have been using Mr. Password
> [http://codecanyon.net/item/password-manager/2145518] for our department.
> It's quite an improvement from storing the passwords in an Excel
> * There's no 2 factor authentication. For authentication, we added phpCAS
> * It uses categories instead of groups, but the developer mentioned that
> groups may be added in a future release.
> * Users can be added or removed from a category as necessary.
> * We host it on a local server.
> Alisak Sanavongsay Digital Assets Programmer
> http://library.ucmerced.edu <http://library.ucmerced.edu/> 209.201.9073
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> On 8/22/14, 10:51 AM, "Mark A. Matienzo" <[log in to unmask]> 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