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"What I like the most is the fact that I can just mark anything and it is automatically copied into the clipboard.""Keeper was user-friendly.""The ability to autofill the login credentials has saved me a lot of time in my day to day computing.""I like a couple of things about this solution. Being able to share passwords with other people is valuable. You can see if the information is out on the dark web and whether you have weak passwords and the last time they were changed. You could also have the 2FA or MFA codes embedded in the application so that you don't have to use your phone or any other 2FA device, which is something very important."

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"This is almost a complete solution for us.""For me, personally, the automation is the most valuable feature. I don't have to do things manually, like creating user accounts and provisioning them to the target systems.""Nobody has to put people in AD groups by hand anymore. It goes automatically and that's very good. It's also very flexible. It's quite easy to customize and we have customized it a lot.""The connection with multiple systems is what makes it flexible. We can create the accounts flexibly, enabling access to other systems. In addition to Active Directory, it can extend to SAP, to Salesforce, to Office 365, etc.""The most valuable feature for me is the built-in security, which is the best that I have seen.""It gives the best user experience, enabling us an overview of all user entitlements.""This solution is better on the IT personnel, because now they spend less (or almost no time) managing user rights.""The short version is that we gained significant insight into the issues of access governance. This allowed us to turn an auditing nightmare into praise from our auditors."

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Cons
"The organization of items needs improvement. For example, when I log onto the cloud version as well, everything is shown on my folder. It is hard to differentiate between files and documents in my list of items I have stored inside.""I would love it if you didn't have to re-authenticate when you start up a new browser.""Room for improvement in my eyes would be being able to share my credit cards and other types of information. The only thing they really share is passwords, and you can only do it with one password at a time. When you're trying to share it out or trying to remove it from being shared, you can't do multiple selections."

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"It should be able to give a client version of the product, rather than just a web-portal.""The system role manager, or some of the roles that are inside Identity Manager, are limited to one user. It would be more flexible if these responsibility roles could be attached to many people.""One of the things we would like is the ability to have more than one system role manager. That would be nice. For example, when people are on vacation, sometimes it gets a little hard to administrate system roles.""More integration with SAP and with the internet of things would be good. We also have system devices that we could manage as identities, so that would be a feature to add.""A feature that I would like to see is a mobile app that provides users the ability to make changes or add users to the Active Directory, on the fly.""The initial setup was complex. We have a lot of different systems. The journey from implementing to joining all the systems was difficult.""The performance could use improvement. Sometimes synchronizations take too long.""The support team could be improved on. The first level of support essentially looks up knowledge base articles and often can't provide the answer needed."

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"We chose their optional annual subscription; I believe we paid monthly — I thought it was a good deal.""The pricing is available on the vendor's website.""Its price is reasonable."

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"It's costlier that some other products, and there is nothing that fits every solution.""There is a one-time licensing cost, and there is also a yearly subscription fee.""From a cost perspective, One Identity has the biggest bang for the buck."

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Top Answer: I like a couple of things about this solution. Being able to share passwords with other people is valuable. You can see if the information is out on the dark web and whether you have weak passwords… more »
Top Answer: Room for improvement in my eyes would be being able to share my credit cards and other types of information. The only thing they really share is passwords, and you can only do it with one password at… more »
Top Answer: The most valuable features include the automated attestations or recertification... The time that people have to focus on their real jobs and not spend it doing recertifications is huge.
Top Answer: There is room for improvement to their password self-service tool. We're actually leaving that tool right now because it's just been horrible. We've discussed that with them, but for such an easy… more »
Top Answer: One of the key use cases is certifications for SOX applications. Another is centralized onboarding and offboarding. Another use case is the Self Service using the IT Shop, which gives us a repository… more »
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Overview

Keeper Security is transforming the way businesses and individuals protect their passwords and sensitive digital assets to significantly reduce cyber theft. As the leading password manager and digital vault, Keeper helps millions of people and thousands of businesses substantially mitigate the risk of a data breach. Keeper is SOC 2 Certified and utilizes best-in-class encryption to safeguard its customers. Keeper protects industry-leading companies including Sony, Chipotle, and The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Keeper partners with global OEMs and mobile operators to preload Keeper on smartphones and tablets. Learn more at https://keepersecurity.com.

One Identity Manager helps you mitigate risk, secure data, meet uptime requirements and satisfy compliance by giving your users access to data and applications they need and nothing more. IAM can be driven by business needs, not IT capabilities. With Identity Manager, you can manage user identities, privileges and security across the enterprise, putting you in control of identity management and taking the burden off your IT staff.

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At&t, Wells Fargo, Disney, GM, Chase, Honeywell, Samsung, Dow
Texas A&M, Sky Media, BHF Bank, Swiss Post, Union Investment, Wayne State University. More at OneIdentity.com/casestudies
Top Industries
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Religious Institution15%
Engineering Company15%
Insurance Company10%
Healthcare Company10%
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Comms Service Provider29%
Computer Software Company22%
Media Company6%
Construction Company5%
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Financial Services Firm40%
Healthcare Company12%
Retailer8%
University8%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider23%
Financial Services Firm7%
Government6%
Company Size
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Small Business58%
Midsize Enterprise5%
Large Enterprise37%
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Small Business23%
Midsize Enterprise2%
Large Enterprise75%
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Keeper is ranked 6th in Enterprise Password Managers with 5 reviews while One Identity Manager is ranked 1st in Identity Management (IM) with 8 reviews. Keeper is rated 9.0, while One Identity Manager is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Keeper writes "Reasonable price, stable and scalable, and allows us to share passwords with other people and have the 2FA or MFA codes embedded in the application". On the other hand, the top reviewer of One Identity Manager writes "Enables us to automate SOX recertification, saving a significant amount of time". Keeper is most compared with LastPass Enterprise, Dashlane, CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault and 1Password, whereas One Identity Manager is most compared with SailPoint IdentityIQ, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), CyberArk Privileged Access Security, One Identity Active Roles and Oracle Identity Governance.

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