Devolutions, the Canadian-based creator of Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) has announced today that it has released the latest version of its enterprise-wise password management tool, Password Vault Manager 4.2. Password Vault Manager (PVM) empowers teams of all sizes – from agile start-ups to established multinationals – to centralize all of their passwords and credentials in one secure repository. Plus, the tool’s easy-to-use interface makes it simple to manage user security rights and access, strengthen network security by generating strong and unique passwords, and reduce help desk support calls regarding lost or forgotten passwords.
Key new features of PVM 4.2 include:
- Google Authenticator support
- Enhanced secure note usage and presentation
- Improved application stability in offline mode and after hibernation
- Simplified UI
“It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who follows our company that many of the enhancements and improvements in RDM 4.2 are a result of great suggestions from our worldwide community of IT pros,” commented Devolutions’ CEO and founder David Hervieux. “In fact, the very existence of PVM came as a result of users telling us that they wanted a standalone, secure enterprise-wide password management solution that would be easy-to-use – especially for non-technical users. And so, this latest release is simply an extension of our commitment to help teams around the world centralize, secure and simplify IT!”
IT pros and teams can download a 30-day trial of Password Vault Manager 4.2, and those who also want to efficiently and effectively centralize all of their remote connections, credentials and virtual machines can download a 30-day trial of Remote Desktop Manager.