Yes, he realizes that users have a lot of passwords to remember, but his suggestion was that PW managers voided that argument. Now I have never been a fan of PW managers. My perhaps unreasonable suspicion was that someone would include callback functionality in at least one of these programs that would send all of your passwords happily home. Or that this archive is a good thing an attacker would go after.
Am I just being paranoid? Are PW managers really that secure and trustworthy? Should they be deployed in the enterprise?