IN A COMFORTABLE,
January 15, 2011 - For Immediate Release
Lamantine Software, the developer of the popular password manager and form filler program Sticky Password, today announced the launch of a North American website http://www.stickypasswordamerica.com in conjunction with its North American partner, Datacom Depot. The partnership will bring a high level of support to customers in the US and Canada and offer the product to both customers and channel partners in this expanding market.
Lamantine Software today announced the launch of a North American website http://www.stickypasswordamerica.com in conjunction with its North American partner, Datacom Depot. The partnership will bring a high level of support to customers in the US and Canada and offer the product to both customers and channel partners in this expanding market.
"We're pleased to make such an expansion into this important market and to do so with Datacom Depot (DCD), a company with superb experience building sales channels throughout North America," said Petr Bilek, Managing Director of Lamantine Software.
In light of recent hacker scares at popular sites such as Gawker.com, the announcement comes at a critical time in the area of password security. Hackers have become more sophisticated in cracking patterns, and because most people use variations of the same password for multiple logins, it has become easier for your password to be breached which jeopardizes all of your other password sites and makes them more vulnerable. Sticky Password provides secure password management and the strongest encryption available to keep users safe online.
Mr Bilek added, "We are especially pleased that this cooperation with Datacom Depot is launching now, as we have just released the brand new 5.0 version of Sticky Password. The newest version offers improved password filling engine and even better protection for personal data, as well as one-click form filling, a password generator and other tools to improve the online experience. Look for exciting new events and features coming up in 2011."
"I'm thrilled to be partnering with Sticky Password in North America. Our partners rely on us to distribute high value security products and Sticky Password is a great addition!" said Brian McDonnell, Chairman of Datacom Depot. "Having a secure, encrypted password management tool is now as important as having a firewall or an antivirus program. I'm happy to be associated with Sticky Password and look forward to growing a strong channel of resellers across North America. I especially like that Sticky Password allows users to use the most complex passwords, when logging in online, without having to remember them or use the same password over and over again. It's also a time saver when filling out forms online. It is the best solution to password management that we've found!"
The trial version of Sticky Password is free and includes all of the features and functionality for a full 30 days.
Datacom Depot (DCD) is a North American distributor of industry-leading security and data protection products. As a specialized technology distributor, with over 15 years of experience, DCD offers customized support for resellers and provides sales and marketing advantages that mega-distributors cannot provide. DCD is based in the USA and distributes to a select group of high value resellers and channel partners, delivering significant margins. It also provides guidance on marketing and offers unique selling advantages. DCD is proud to be a premier network security expert providing extreme service.
Sticky Password has been storing passwords and making people more productive since 2001. In addition to managing and encrypting your passwords and personal data, Sticky Password provides exceptional one-click online form filling. The small installation package incorporates the industry's most powerful encryption algorithms and provides effective protection against phishing schemes, concealed key-loggers and identity theft. Each license also includes the Sticky Password portable version for use on a memory device like a USB flash memory stick. At home and on the road, your passwords and other sensitive personal data are secure and accessible only by you.
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Anita K McDonnell