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Likelihood to Recommend

1Password

1Password is ideal for securely storing credentials and sharing within a team. Also, having a secure resource for storing sensitive client data (logins, payment methods) is important for mitigating liability. The setup process is a bit complex, but once everything is established, the system is fairly easy to use. The browser extensions are really helpful in saving a step (even if you have to view the record before filing when multiple matches exist). The password generator functionality also allows for the creation of secure passwords without being cumbersome to use on a daily basis.
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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

If you need to manage passwords for a business but you can't spend $50,000+, this is the tool. At one point they had the tag line "90% of the features for 80% of the cost" (or something close to that). They aren't kidding. You can't beat the price. If you want a highly robust tool that is compatible with a large number of vendors and you are willing to pay $50,000 to $100,000, there are better tools.
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Pros

1Password

  • 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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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • Centralized location for passwords
  • Increased efficiency
  • Ease of use
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Cons

1Password

  • 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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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • There is no flexibility in how accounts are grouped.
  • The implementation of lowest privilege means you cannot use groups for assigning role based security. If you give a team read access, and a limited subset of the team write access, the read access supersedes write.
  • Some versions have been fragile. There have been times where the server has stopped working and needed a restart daily/weekly. Read the issues resolved in updates. There have been some critical failures in security over the years (i.e. unauthorized access possible by URL manipulation).
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Support

1Password

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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

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We are reasonably pleased with the support and updates that we received from the vendor,
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Alternatives Considered

1Password

I prefer the autofill function of 1Password to Keeper. 1Password also also detects when you use a password and prompts you to save it to 1Password, where Keeper does not. The two functions alone are a huge time saver for me.
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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

ME PM Pro is more suited for a larger organization with multiple employees needing access to store and manage passwords.
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Return on Investment

1Password

  • At the company level, it supports the creation of complex passwords that allow it to be more complex to enter a malicious attack, it happened once and we have files on the server blocked.
  • Allows system personnel to manage only one password and one password manager, which streamlines operational work.
  • It has some limitations that can be improved as, enabling more applications, the browser plug-in sometimes gives an error of incompatibility with the version of some browsers.
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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • ROI has been very positive for our organization.
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Pricing Details

1Password

General

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

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

General

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

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