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1Password

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1Password

1Password is fantastic for keeping track of personal logins, as well as work logins. Far better than simply jotting down passwords in a notebook and stuffing it in the bottom drawer where you hope no one will notice it! I probably wouldn't trust it to store nuclear codes, but I feel plenty secure knowing that even if malicious parties steal data from a corporate data leak (as has happened to all of us over time), my other logins have not been compromised.
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Dashlane

This is a company requirement for me to use it, so it works but I don't really have a choice in the matter. It's great for sharing passwords between groups and automatically generating strong passwords. However, if you let Dashlane generate a password, you won't actually know what that password is unless you look it up later. I for one am old school and don't like the idea of not actually knowing what a password is for an account or having a written record of it somewhere - and there have been a few occasions where I'm glad I do if Dashlane is slow to respond/load or it's logged me out.
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Pros

  • Remembers my passwords across all sites.
  • Allows me to use passwords across different devices.
  • Generates secure passwords.
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  • Dashlane securely synchronizes sensitive data across all of my computing devices. This feature alone is valuable.
  • It has good tools too, like the password generator that lets me set how long and complex of a password I want to create, and then gives me the option to save it right then and there.
  • Dashlane's ability to automatically log me in, or to pre-fill forms is why I bought it. It hasn't let me down. It has saved me a lot of time.
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Cons

  • There have been issues where team members have made changes to passwords and it would be helpful to know when and who made these changes.
  • The cost for our teams to use 1Password was a little steep. However, it does seem worth it for the convenience.
  • The online support/FAQ is not the most helpful place to go for answers. I have waited very long periods of time to get responses from the support team, but this is a rare occurrence.
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  • Chrome also saves passwords and this can conflict with Dashlane - both will load saved info. You have to manually remove saved passwords in Chrome, which is time consuming.
  • Sometimes it doesn't log me in to certain websites or is really slow to eventually log me in
  • Not sure that it's always syncing properly and doesn't always ask to store newly created passwords when it should
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I can't imagine not having it. Dashlane is an integral part of all my computing, across PCs and Apple products. What Dashlane does should be built into every operating system!
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Alternatives Considered

1Password is a better solution than LastPass and Dashlane. The Watchtower feature monitors your accounts for possible breaches, leaks, and weak passwords. 1Password is more affordable, has a great set of tools, and works seamlessly to help teams manage credentials. Unlinke LastPass, 1Password has never had a data-breach. 1Password also has a fantastic, responsive customer service team.
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KeePass is well suited to group sharing of passwords and such on a network accessible storage site (a "share" in Windows lingo), but is inadequate for auto form filling or logins. Dashlane uses a flat organization of entries - as in alphabetical order for websites -- and KeePass can get as complicatedly nested as you wish to mimic your organizations methods or structures.
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Return on Investment

  • 1Password has considerably decreased the amount of time myself as well as our IT staff has spent resetting or looking up passwords for users. This has saved time and money for us.
  • I do not have any concrete proof of this, but allowing 1Password to autogenerate complex passwords for our users would likely increase the security of our tools and our backend. This will likely make us less susceptible to any attempts to gain access to our systems.
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  • Greater level of security regarding passwords for the company, definitely a huge bonus
  • Can be frustrating if you're just trying to quickly log into something and it hasn't stored the correct password or doesn't load for some reason
  • Can be a painful setup process if you have to manually remove stored passwords from Chrome/other browsers
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Pricing Details

1Password

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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Dashlane

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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