Reviews (1-25 of 86)
- LastPass has a vault that saves and stores organizational wide credentials
- It saves time from having to ask a coworker for their login information
- It takes the stress out of worrying about internet security related threats
- It doesn't allow people to copy and save passwords from shared folders into a personal vault
- There should be a feature that allows more users to be admins with access to the console
- LastPass should only save work-related passwords when logged into G suite
- Too many folks use LP for Business for personal password protection
As the team has grown, the worry was always how do we share and allow access to the business-related account with new members and then restrict or revoke access to those that no longer work to leave ourselves vulnerable? LastPass makes those fears, concerns and anxiety all disappear. In essence, this tool has saved us time and provides peace of mind and confidence online with all our online accounts.
- Share passwords: One of the key features for the business was being able to securely share our password or provide access into particular business accounts for our team members.
- Autofill: Something I didn't personally feel I needed till you're online purchasing multiple times a week. This feature allows you to auto-fill those details with a click of a button and saves you time.
- Generate Passwords: We are ultimately overwhelmed with the number of passwords we have, and it's made even worse when that 90-day comes, and you have to think of a new password that you have to remember. This feature allows you to create unique and strong passwords and generate ones when you're all out of new password suggestions.
- Improvements to the Vault access via desktop: It always seems to take me through to the score centre, and then still the frustration sits when you can't get out of that screen. LastPass needs to provide simple and straight-forward pathways to access the Vault on the desktop when a user wants and needs the access.
- A faster way to share access to accounts with others on the move: The mobile version of LastPass could be improved in making it easier and faster in sharing account details and access with others in your team.
- Manually entering payment card details: I dislike having to manually enter card details via mobile. How great would it be for LastPass to have a camera feature that allows you to take a photo of your card and then it populates the information scanned. You could then edit anything that needs it but ultimately it saves you time.
One of the many reasons I recommended LastPass to the organisation I work for as a consultant is the scalability, especially over the last 12-months of COVID. Bring new people onboard a business. Knowing that you can ultimately provide access to particular accounts with the peace of mind knowing that high-security details do not have to be shared provide that ultimate peace of mind.
- Helps create and save new passwords for any sort of login you can think of
- Incredibly easy to share access without sharing passwords.
- Incredibly easy to revoke access when someone doesn't need it anymore or if you don't want them to have it.
- Saves time, I don't have to remember all passwords, just one, one to LastPass!
- It would be really helpful to have a view function where I can see easily who has access to what. It feels a bit cumbersome to navigate this now. Would be nice if there was a folder view and you could see quickly and at a glance who has access to which folders.
- Would be nice if the generate password function didn't take so many clicks within the system itself. It works nicely with the chrome extension though.
- I wish there was a way to batch change passwords. I'm sure this is hard to do but it would be so nice.
- Access to all sites and user accounts with just a smart unique username and password, which of course is controlled by LastPass for Business smart technology.
- Superb Single Sign-On feature with huge list of pre-integrated apps.
- An option must be added in the settings that automatically change whenever a password is changed and does not ask the user each time if he or she wants to update the changed password in the system.
- The user log section should be much clearer and have more and more accurate options.
- LastPass does a good job of organizing passwords and making it easy to share some and not others.
- I have a personal and a company LastPass and it's seamless to shift between them.
- LastPass means you don't have to remember the 500 passwords you need to get work done, just ONE password.
- The website autofill integration is great and makes logging in to sites a breeze.
- Sometimes we have a lot of passwords for a certain website so it can be a pain to sort through all of them to find the correct one. It would be helpful if you could type the name of one in the autofill interface and then select it.
- Not a LastPass issue, but it can be annoying when the mac password filler fights with the LastPass password filler and they both try to take over the fields you are trying to fill in.
- Allows users to not have to remember passwords.
- Suggests strong passwords when setting up new accounts.
- Good structure to manage different department passwords.
- Pricing can improve.
- Easier integration into the computer.
- Saves time not having to lookup passwords for multiple accounts
- Stores your passwords in a secure place that can be accessed on multiple devices
- Allows you to share passwords to other members on your team quickly and safely
- I do wish at times that it had a QR code feature where you could store QR authentication passcodes in the vault for future use.
- I wish that you could transfer information to new employees really quickly and that person didn't have to use the passcode once before it autopopulated in the field
- The search tool on the extension is sometimes a bit of a hassle and makes you type out a lot before it finds what you are looking for but at least it has one there are a lot of softwares that force you to scroll through all of the information
- Very user friendly for staff to locate the vendor needed, access the website and auto sign in. Plus they never have to be the one to worry about changing or securing those passwords. The administrators and LastPass do it!!!
- All passwords and other secure information are kept in one place. We always know where to find it!
- The help center is fantastic. As an administrator, I can find everything I need to set up the account, train staff and ask questions.
- Continuing the enhancement you have going. Policies were particularly unwieldy to set up in the beginning. I had to search help a lot to understand which policies I needed to set.
- Batch set up is a must. One by one addition of staff to a group took time to accomplish. Anything that can be batched is much preferred.
- There was some issue with saving the encrypted passwords. I had to reset several accounts because the password saved was not the password saved on the site. Admittedly this could be user error, but I'm not usually technologically challenged. The pop up to save the password needs to be timed better so that you can only save at the end of your password change on a site.
To date, I have not found a less appropriate scenario! I use it for my personal passwords as well. No more same 3 passwords for everything I do online!
- It's like Dropbox but more targeted and secure.
- Can share links without exposing actual passwords.
- Easy for everyone to access.
- I would like an option to not be prompted to remember log in for some sites.
log out and in to a personal account or constantly check a personal
device, users can link their personal LastPass for Business account (or create one)
and securely access their personal vault without needing to worry about
IT or anyone gaining access to their personal passwords, notes, and
credit cards. We even have the ability to force this feature to help users keep their personal data separate from their enterprise data. Another great use is that it help users verify legitimate websites; if the URL doesn't match, then their saved password will not be shown, prompting the user to take a closer look at what website is asking them to log in. It definitely reduces some of our security stresses.
- The linked accounts feature
- Easy reporting and dashboard features built in to the admin console
- Plethora of pre-built policies that make management easy
- ADFS login makes user management a lot easier
- Occasional check-ins from our LastPass for Business CSM
- No admin policy to block certain sites from saving passwords (Useful to prevent saving AD passwords)
- A bit difficult to configure users who previously used their work email to sign up for LastPass for Business; it sometimes requires deletion of their old accounts
- There is a bit of redundancy, but not so much the fault of LastPass for Business as it is varying URLs for login/authentication pages; it would be nice to see a little more intuition behind the software on when information should not be prompted to be saved (such as MFA codes, verification codes, root of the URL matching an existing URL for a saved credential)
- Chrome plugin makes adoption and use easy.
- Foldering of passwords allows us to administrate the access to systems well.
- Mobile access
- When multiple passwords/user names are saved for a single site, the Chrome plugin can be buggy to select which user you are logging in for.
- Price point can be cumbersome to scale of platform to entire organization.
- Manages website logins
- Integrate work accounts with personal accounts
- Sharing of passwords
- Some websites are not fully compatible which limits ease of use.
- Deeper encryption would be nicer but not a deal breaker for us.
- Security/policy-based control.
- Could do better with group syncing.
- Various portals need more integration/single pane, but I think that is in the works.
- There are some glitches in various browsers and how popups occur, generating passwords, etc.
- Cross platform/browser compatibility
- Provides password management on mobile devices
- Easy to use and manage passwords with one master password
- It doesn't work on all websites. It's probably the way the form/fields were created on the webpage so sometimes you have to manually right click > fill the username/password fields
- Secure design.
- Easy to use by non-technical staff.
- Adaptable to different user needs.
- Granular administrative control.
- SSO and how to use LastPass as a SAML IdP is confusing.
- MFA is free for Enterprise, but then it's not. Costs for MFA after free period are unclear.
- Use across all browsers
- Use in mobile
- Automatically offers to remember and or update passwords.
- Editing passwords and deleting passwords. It is difficult to delete many at once. You have to search and then when you delete, you have to search again.
- It would be nice to search by passwords when they are found on the dark web so I can find the leak and change passwords.
- Sometimes it doesn't offer to remember passwords on creation. I have to log out and then back in for it to ask to save the password.
- Ease of use for the end user
- Customization/tuning ability (end user and enterprise levels)
- Hassle-free credential management & login automation
- Doesn't always work perfectly with websites. (LastPass can't really control this.)
- Shared Folders are so great for our business. There are some applications we use that although we each have our own login info, sometimes, someone needs to log in as someone else. This saves the hassle of tracking down the user and getting the login info.
- The ability to fill in user info such as names, addresses, and payment information is a huge time saver. No longer does a user have to pull out a credit card, or ask someone for a credit card number. Rather than taking the time to fill out addresses, emails, etc., the user can choose another item, and it's filled immediately.
- Turning on master password security for client login info or payment info lends an extra, extra level of security. Even if someone forgets to log out of LastPass, an unauthorized user would not be able to delve into sensitive information.
- LastPass for Applications is a great tool because rather than opening a browser, copying the username and password, and then pasting that info in an application, a user can just login from the desktop. It also lets the user turn on the feature that anytime the computer goes to sleep, LastPass is automatically logged out.
- LastPass for Applications could use some improvement. When I set up a new application, I have to use the Training feature to get it to work.
- I haven't fully figured out how to make policies for my users so that they have to use specific functions of LastPass.
LastPass for Business Scorecard Summary
Feature Scorecard Summary
What is LastPass for Business?
LastPass for Business Video
LastPass for Business Pricing
- Does not have featureFree Trial Available?No
- Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
- Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
- Entry-level set up fee?No
|Premium||$3.00||per month (billed annually)|
|Teams||$4.00||Per User Per Month (billed annually)|
|Enterprise||$6.00||Per User Per Month (billed annually)|
|Identity||$8.00||Per User Per Month (billed annually)|
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