1Password is a no brainer for any business or organization
May 24, 2019

1Password is a no brainer for any business or organization

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with 1Password

We use 1Password internally for each of our employees to have a secure and managed password storage solution. The primary reason we purchased it, and its strongest use for us, is as a way to securely share passwords among employees, as well as securely storing client secure information (various logins, api keys, etc.).
  • Top-notch security trusted by Apple and others.
  • Easy management of people and teams.
  • Easy to create 'vaults' with different levels of access for different people.
  • Reasonably priced.
  • Great native apps on all platforms we work on.
  • More often than we'd like, the autofill doesn't work on some websites (Marriott on desktop and American Airlines on mobile are two super common and annoying ones). However, most of the time it does work perfectly.
  • It saves us a ton of time trying to securely save, share, and manage passwords.
  • We are able to have a higher level of security by utilizing more secure passwords in a more easy manner.
  • We've saved time on entering passwords.
  • It is easy, when someone leaves, to revoke their access (though of course, they could have manually made a copy if they were malicious prior to being let go).
1Password had a stronger roster of companies that trusted them and a history of no security breaches. Additionally, we trust their security culture the most.
1Password is a fantastic solution and every individual and company should be using it or something like it (we've heard great things about a few of the other top password managers, but felt the security and history of 1P made it the most trustworthy solution).
The only situation where maybe it wouldn't be a good fit is at extremely large organizations, but I am not sure if they have some different interface for those. The interface seems perfect for 100 or fewer users. I think that at or over 100, it may not be as easy to keep organized.