Bitwarden, 1Password and KeePass are among the best and most secure password managers available for businesses to add to their cybersecurity suite.
Deciding which one is the most cost effective for your business will depend on a lot of different factors, including the amount of money you have in your budget, the level of security you need, the number of users that require use of the password manager, and many other considerations.
When you begin your research you should soon see that a strong password manager will have all the features you require at a price you can justify spending, but deciding on the best solution for your business can be time consuming. In order to help you make the right decision, our team of experts have compared all three solutions by reviewing the pricing policies and the number of users included in each subscription level. We hope this will save you time in your search.
1Password is a paid tool and the amount that you have to spend will vary depending on the type of account you require. Other factors that will have a cost impact are the frequency of payments that you choose – monthly payment or a one-year subscription. For a 1Password individual account you will pay $3.99 per month, but there is a $1 per month saving if you commit to a year – The price drops to $2.99 with annual billing.
Family memberships are $6.99 monthly or $4.99 if you opt to pay annually. Team accounts only come with an annual payment option and cost $3.99 per month. There is a limit of 5 users with 1Password team accounts. The Enterprise version will cost your business $3 per user, per month, and annual billing is the only payment plan available.