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At The Network Support Company (TNSC), we make it easy to choose the right technical support solutions to fit your business needs. We are one of the most established and trusted IT managed services and computer networking providers along the East Coast – with offices in Connecticut/New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida. TNSC’s managed services, networking, and data back-up provide small-to-mid sized businesses with the same superior quality and technical expertise found in the IT departments of major corporations.

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News and Updates from TNSC

Without getting into specifics about my “level of maturity,” let’s just say I’m wondering if others have ever experienced “Forgotmypassworditis?” It’s happening to me with alarming regularity, so the other day – after wracking my brain for my password to a retail site I had used just last month – I set about to find out what was going on and if I was alone in my situation. Turns out there’s a LOT going on, and no, I’m not.

For starters, I counted how many passwords and PINs I was supposed to be remembering, and it’s well over 25! For a long time, I devised my own scheme to remember my passwords: I’d use one password for financial sites, another for social sites, another one for sites I needed to access for work, and so on. This worked fine until websites started dictating different requirements for their sites. Now, one site wants a minimum of eight characters, another - in the same category! - requires a combination of letters and numbers, while another requires upper and lower case letters, special characters, your shoe size, and you must enter it while standing on one foot, eating salted cashews. Yes, they’re watching. So, my methodology is blown out of the water.

So what do I do now? Out of pure frustration, I researched password solutions and came across an interesting article about password fatigue.