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SplashData is launching a USB flash-drive version of its SplashID password manager, SplashID Key Safe. The new 2GB USB drive, shaped as a key, provides password-protected access to passwords, logins and other sensitive information. Upon removal, all the sensitive data remains on the USB Key drive, with none of the passwords left behind. It allows a user to transport passwords to public computers or from home to work computers. It also works between Macs and PCs.
SplashData has announced Mac OS X versions of its SplashMoney personal finance application and SplashID 4 secure password manager. Both applications synchronize with their respective mobile applications. The company also announced a standalone version of SplashMoney for Mac OS X for users that do not have a compatible mobile device. SplashMoney is personal financial manager that can securely record transactions, track account balances, generate reports and budgets, and manage finances. The tool supports most account types, including checking, savings, credit card, cash, asset, liability, and money market accounts.
SplashData is now offering a standalone computer version of SplashMoney, its financial tracking application originally designed to work in conjunction with a Palm handheld. SplashMoney offers users a simple interface, which supports most account types – checking, savings, credit card, cash, assets, liabilities, money markets, and lines of credit. Users can also connect to many different banking institutions, such as Bank of America, American National Bank, and Chase. New users can purchase SplashMoney for $20.
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Apple want ads hint at future Watch faces
An Apple job listing for a dedicated clock face team may suggest future fashion-brand partnerships, possibly in time for the updated watchOS updates that are likely to be revealed at this spring's Worldwide Developer Conference. Since the introduction of watchOS 2, there has only been four new watch faces, but three of them were left over from the first release, with only one truly new one -- the co-branded HermÃ©s face exclusive to that edition. There is a rumored March 15 event, but if that takes place it will likely focus on new band options as regards the Apple Watch. http://apple.co/1O1TbTI
Microsoft may end Office Support Professional prog
Microsoft appears to be either ending or seriously revamping its "Accredited Support Professional Program" for training on Microsoft Office for Mac and iOS it has offered at MacTech conferences since 2013. The program is not on offer at the upcoming MacTech tour, which begins on March 16 in San Francisco and includes a number of other cities. Microsoft has released a statement that it is "evaluating options for 2016, but don't have anything to share at this time." http://bit.ly/1KDz3MQ