A typical user who considers themselves socially connected online will login to three or more social networking sites per day, likely multiple times. Each website has its own login credentials with usernames, passwords, email addresses and whatever else is needed. MySocialCloud is a way to manage all those account credentials in one place.
MySocialCloud eliminates multiple logins scattered across the web by organizing and storing websites along with their associated login information. Think of MySocialCloud as your skeleton key to the web. While all your favorite websites have their own login credentials, the only information you ever need for access to those websites is the MySocialCloud login.
The usual daily destinations such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Gmail and Amazon are great ways to use MySocialCloud, though MySocialCloud can be used for much more. Think travel sites, auction and retailer outlets, eMagazine websites and others. Functionality is controlled through a dashboard which is also where new websites can be added. Additionally, MySocialCloud supplies a random password generator to aid in selecting new, more secure passwords for other website logins.
Saving all your passwords is the main draw of MySocialCloud, but not the only feature. Public profiles allow users to showcase their lists and favorites. Users can engage socially by sharing and interacting with contacts on all the things they like. MySocialCloud doesn’t provide detailed information as to their security features, but iterates that even staff cannot see user’s personal information. MySocialCloud itself is secured with 256-bit encryption using TLS connection.
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