LastPass beats the competition for all use cases - teams, personal & families!
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 20, 2018

LastPass beats the competition for all use cases - teams, personal & families!

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with LastPass

LastPass is being used across our entire organization. Our IT Admin set it up & rolled it out to our team and it's been a lifesaver in terms of remembering passwords, transferring passwords when an employee leaves the company & it's vital from a security standpoint (no more post-it notes with passwords or less secure online options for saving passwords).
  • Organization into folders
  • Combining work & personal passwords in one tool
  • Sharing passwords with team members
  • Auto-sign in
  • Password Ownership
  • Cost avoidance - streamlines workflow making employees more efficient.
  • Cost savings - cheaper than some other options that we looked at.
  • Increased revenues - able to login to sales tools quicker & focus on selling.
Dashlane is OK, but when comparing paid version of Dashlane & Lastpass, the latter wins feature-wise. 1Password seems to be dedicated to developers as opposed to an entire company. LastPass beats both on customer support, encrypted file storage, fingerprint reader support, and two-factor authentication & overall security.

As our team has grown, so has adoption of LastPass due to leadership's continued use and internal praise of the tools security policies & protocols. It's the easiest & most cost effective product to use with teams of any size, especially growing teams. They continue to roll out new features & provide great training articles for both Admins & Users to fully adopt the platform.
LastPass business version is great for teams of any size that need to share passwords & works best when the entire team adopts the tool as their source of truth for login information. The free version is also great for families who want to share passwords & have one source of truth for all login information. It's less appropriate for teams or families who do not intend to fully adopt it (ie, add some passwords to LastPass and storing others elsewhere).