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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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Secret Server

I actually really like that we have Secret Server. It is WAAAAY better than anything else we've used. I do feel like in today's age, there should be a better interface, mobile app, etc. I just don't see that with Secret Server. If it exists, we are not using it. In a smaller company, this interface would probably work out ok. If you have hundreds or thousands of users, the sharing feature will leave something to be desired.
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Pros

1Password

  • Integrates with every browser I use seamlessly. It works flawlessly in Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. It can also sync between computers easily using dropbox or other similar applications
  • It is lightweight and does not have a huge memory footprint
  • It is extremely responsive to password / log in inputs in ways that other, free applications like LastPass or OnePass absolutely are not
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Secret Server

  • Recommends complex passwords.
  • Interfaces with our Identity Management software to already know users. No extra passwords needed.
  • Ability to track additional information such as system, resource and even notes on a password.
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Cons

1Password

  • At times I find the sync lags behind on different devices.
  • Sometimes hard to add to new devices with the Dropbox sync.
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Secret Server

  • The sharing functionality NEEDS improvement. We share most passwords at a group level, but then it becomes impossible to share them with a dynamic group and one or two one-off people as well. This is a major shortcoming.
  • I don't love the interface. I feel like there is an attempt at a dashboard, but it is really not effective.
  • I've heard, but never seen, that the software can actually change passwords in the target systems. If this is part of its deliverable, I do not know how to use it, and I don't know how you would do that. Seems like a great feature for password management.
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Alternatives Considered

1Password

The graphical interface seemed better, it is simpler and minimalist. Although they have similar characteristics by the time I started using it, it was the one with the best reputation and was more attractive to users, and the cost was lower
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Secret Server

I've only used simple phone apps for this before. This is the only enterprise-grade solution I've used in this space. Given THOSE options, Secret Server is a fantastic solution. I still feel like there is a better interface out there somewhere.
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Return on Investment

1Password

  • 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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Secret Server

  • Helps share passwords securely. One cannot put a monetary value on security these days since the cost of a breach can be catastrophic.
  • Helps ensure password complexity. It forces us to maintain complex passwords and even randomly generates them for us.
  • I feel that a person who changes roles often could still have access to many passwords that have been assigned to them manually. The administration of this is time-consuming and very inefficient.
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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

Secret Server

General

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

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