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1Password

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1Password

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Likelihood to Recommend

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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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

  • Securely stores passwords & sensitive data
  • Integration with iPhone's password solution (ability to utilize 1Password info rather than Apple keychain items)
  • Integration with Mac Touch ID
  • Ability to access multiple accounts within a single interface (and search them all -- or not -- as needed)
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  • Simple integration into AD.
  • Really easy to use interface for end users.
  • Good management interface and good management reporting.
  • Reasonable cost per annum for support and updates.
  • Low maintenance, many tasks automated.
  • Reliable.
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Cons

  • The price is relatively exorbitant for your average user. I confess that I am using it based on a free license I got from working at Apple several years back; even loving this software as much as I do, $50 for a single license is a steep ask, especially in today's world of free applications
  • The interface has not been updated in quite a while. Not that it is bad, per se, and is very utilitarian, but a small facelift would be nice
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  • 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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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro7.0
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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

I’ve used LastPass as a Chrome extension and the user interface was terrible. 1Password is more user-friendly and has a way better integration with the Apple ecosystem (they even provide an Apple Watch app).
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The bigger apps come as part of a suite of tools. To get all the functionality you want, you will have features you won't use. As you scale up across large teams, massive amounts of accounts to manage, or an array of vendors to support you need to graduate to a more robust tool.
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Return on Investment

  • It's really allowed us to build a hub for team-based passwords, so in the event where we need to update a password, it would be updated for everyone. This way we don't have to put sensitive password information out in Slack or email.
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  • We needed a tool to replace an in-house tool. This took care of that need.
  • This was absolutely the most cost effective tool for enterprise password management.
  • Managing more than a few thousand accounts may require a more robust tool.
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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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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

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