An Easy-to-Use Password Manager
Nate Casimiro | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 05, 2019

An Easy-to-Use Password Manager

Score 10 out of 10
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  • Password Manager

Overall Satisfaction with LastPass for Business

Currently, LastPass is being used by the IT and Marketing departments, with the eventual plan to roll out company-wide. The tool solves the common issues around password management for individuals and teams. Issues like not remembering your password, having weak passwords, needing to share passwords with other users, preventing passwords from being shared incorrectly, etc.
  • Works well with your Chrome browser, similar to autofill.
  • Allows you to link a personal account and divide passwords between accounts.
  • Allows you to let users copy and paste the password without seeing it.
  • Allows you to share passwords and manage permissions.
  • Scores and advises against weak passwords.
  • Has an app for iOS and Android.
  • The interface is easy to use but still feels a bit clunky to me at times.
  • I have had issues setting permissions multiple times in the paste. I think this feature is not the most intuitive.
  • The cost of a password manager is negligible, especially for smaller teams. This cost is essntially an insurance policy so you don't pay huge losses later. You can't afford not to secure your account credentials.
  • As with most good tools, there is likely some cost savings by helping your team operate faster and more efficiently.
The products were both found to be comparable, but LastPass beat out TeamsID on price. All features felt similar, though I did find the TeamsID user interface at the time to be slightly more user-friendly. Both possessed an app, etc.
LastPass is very easy to scale from small to large businesses as it contains robust permissioning and team building tools. The cost per user only decreases as you add users. It is easy to utilize and is built for and excels at swapping or revoking permissions and re-configuring as need be.
Most modern businesses will benefit from a password manager. For example, you do not want your social media account credentials getting into the wrong hands. This goes for most tools. Using a tool that makes it easier to change the password in one place for everyone and help revoke permissions as necessary keeps your accounts safe and your team operating efficiently.

LastPass for Business Feature Ratings

ID-Management Access Control
ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO)
Not Rated
Multi-Factor Authentication
Not Rated
Password Management
Account Provisioning and De-provisioning
ID Management Workflow Automation
Not Rated
ID Risk Management