With so many business and personal activities on-line these days, it's impossible to remember all the passwords. We've all been trained to use "strong" passwords (6 characters or more, not a word in the dictionary, numbers & symbols), but remembering them is a big problem.
One of the productivity tools we like to recommend is RoboForm (www.roboform.com). The slogan on their home page sums things up - "Put your passwords on speed-dial". RoboForm automatically remembers your passwords, stores them securely, and then fills them in when needed, kind of like using a browser bookmark.
When trying to remember complicated passwords, employees are often tempted to write them down and keep them in a convenient location, but this isn't secure. In fact, the new Massachusetts Data Protection Law specifically addresses the storage of passwords by requiring: "control of data security passwords to ensure that such passwords are kept in a location and/or format that does not compromise the security of the data they protect". Bottom line, no more passwords on post-its under your keyboard!
There's an entry-level free version of the program available, so this may be a great place to start and check it out. Here is a link to the product comparison chart: http://www.roboform.com/how-it-works/product-comparison.