There really is no getting away from it – every system and account that we use requires a password and the list gets longer and longer as businesses grow and expand. Committing passwords to memory and using the same password for every account are both simply recipes for disaster. Help is required in the form of a password management tool and in this article from Relativity, the business technology specialists based in East Sussex, we look at why you should have one, what they do and the benefits of using Zoho Vault, the easy method of storing, sharing and retrieving passwords from anywhere in the world.

Why You Need A Password Management Tool

Cyber-attacks are becoming more and more frequent with a report confirming that in 2019, firms reporting breaches had jumped significantly from the previous year. Many businesses still continue to use amateurish techniques to protect their systems with many feeling that they won’t be targeted. TSG claims that 60% of businesses have already faced 1 security attack in 2019, a staggering 179% rise over 2018 figures. Most attacks target Internet devices, computer systems and file sharing services. So having a password manager is absolutely essential to all businesses today.

Password Essentials

  • Use a password manager
  • Regularly change and update passwords
  • Use different passwords for multiple sites
  • Educate employees to avoid cyber attacks
  • Employ two-factor identification

What Is Zoho Vault

Zoho Vault is a business-oriented password manager with a long list of features and integrations, allowing company administrators to take control of accounts. It’s also actually a lot more, as it manages sensitive information across a business regardless of the size of the company. With simple controls, it allows you to share passwords securely with team members and if somebody leaves the team, it is easy to remove their access.

  • Access passwords via a downloaded encrypted file
  • Free platform for personal use
  • Inexpensive paid platforms for businesses of all sizes

Zoho Vault Features

Different Vaults – called Chambers – are created, which team members can access, segregating your personal credentials from official ones. It supports two-factor authentication, is accessible in any platform and device and supports all popular browsers. Any data entered into the chambers remains completely private so that nobody can enter the chamber without knowing the passphrase.

  • Quick and simple installation
  • Available in iOS and Android apps
  • Can be used as an extension to Chrome and Firefox
  • Protected using AE-256 encryption
  • Nobody can enter without knowing the passphrase


Zoho Vault has all the essential features that you would expect from a Password manager. Passwords are encrypted so that nobody except those who have access to your passphrase will be able to access your passwords. The privacy and protection of users is put first with security protocols performing to the highest level.

What To Do Next

If you would like more information about Zoho Vault and whether it would be the most suitable password management software for your company, please get in touch with Relativity, the business technology specialists based in Uckfield with global clients. Our knowledgeable and helpful team will be delighted to discuss your options, so call us today on 01825 280123. We can also help with Zoho CRM, Zoho One and Zoho Meeting.

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