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1Password

31 Ratings

Keeper

17 Ratings

1Password

31 Ratings
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Score 9.1 out of 101

Keeper

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Score 8.8 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

1Password

Unique, strong passwords are a requirement in this era of ubiquitous and automated hacking. You should never use a password fewer than 12 characters that you can remember, and never use passwords that contain any remotely personal information. I see weak passwords from clients constantly, primarily because of the problem of remembering all your passwords. 1Password eliminates this issue. Create a single, strong, memorable password for the app, and the app does the job of creating unique and impossible-to-guess passwords for all your online accounts. Everyone needs an app like 1Password.
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Keeper

I find that for personal use, the fact that Keeper can be downloaded for free is great. It will give you access to their base functionalities on one device with no backup protection. The Enterprise edition offers a galore of features that are great for whole organizations like unlimited devices, password storage, cloud backups and sharing while offering 24/7 support.
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Pros

  • Create strong passwords: with a single click, 1password can create, store, and auto-fill password fields when new accounts are created. You can customize character options for those useless "security measures" put in place by some programmers that require (or alternatively, do not allow) capital letters, numerals, and special characters.
  • Securely sharing passwords: through encrypted sharing methods or inviting to a team vault, you can easily share one or many credentials with clients and team members.
  • Securely storing payment info: using the same secure encryption methods, you can also store an autofill payment methods (credit cards, etc) for one-click use on ecommerce sites.
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  • I can keep all of my usernames and passwords in one place protected by one password. I can at least remember ONE password!
  • I can keep my information (financial accounts, professional accounts, etc.) all in one place!
  • I can access the information anywhere I need to log in, so I all I need is my phone or an Internet connection and I have all my important information--usernames, passwords, account numbers, etc.
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Cons

  • The starting price for teams can be pricey if you are not prepared for the costs. If you want the best features, you have to pay for them.
  • Setting up the integration with Dropbox requires a bit of tech know how. It is not rocket science but the average person will be a bit confused if they do not have IT knowledge. This alone is the biggest challenge to using it
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  • If you purchase the premium then after the subscription expires, you can't edit your passwords any longer even if you could before you purchased the paid subscription.
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Keeper9.1
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Because it is so good. It always works, has not crashed even in 3 years; I have a lot of data in it (never any problems).
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Alternatives Considered

LastPass is a good free password manager for those just getting started. Its simple ability to share and manage passwords all in the cloud makes it an obvious alternative to 1Password. The only challenge is that it is browser based. For us, we needed a setup that allowed an app to be downloaded on a users' computer as well as their mobile devices for easier access to information and shared resources. 1Password fit the bill because we were impressed with the Dropbox integration and apps that sync in real time to give users updated login info.
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Keeper is simple and does exactly what I want. Don't feel I need something more.
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Return on Investment

  • Safely manage online accounts without high costs
  • Shared credentials allow us to pay less for some SaaS services
  • Eliminates time spent managing credentials
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  • Positive - it keeps a list of previous passwords
  • Positive - ability to have more secure passwords
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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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Keeper

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