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Pros
"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.""Keeper was user-friendly.""What I like the most is the fact that I can just mark anything and it is automatically copied into the clipboard."

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"The security on offer seems to be quite good.""The most valuable feature is that you can retrieve user account details from the cloud.""The best feature is the integrity of the .NET applications in our company.""This solution speeds up the product development life cycle. That is, the time from the development of the product to the time to market is drastically reduced because of the CI/CD pipelines. You can have your code deployed within a matter of minutes.""The most valuable features are ease of use and enabling our clients to manage keys.""All its features are really valuable. It's really well thought-out. It's a complete turnkey solution that has all the concerns taken care of, such as access control and management. You can use it in infrastructure as code to create key vaults, APIs, PowerShells, CLIs, even Terraform.""The GUI was quite easy for me to use.""It is a managed service in Azure, you do not have to worry about security other than managing your own identities."

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Cons
"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.""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."

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"The integration with Thales HSM is complex and is not out-of-the-box. Uploading the keys was quite a tedious process.""If you check the capabilities of other key management services across Amazon, HashiCorp, and Google, there are features that Key Vault doesn't have. It could be the case that when you use Key Vault, you might be forced to use a third-party solution to get certain services. If those services could be included in Key Vault, there would be diminished reasons to go for a third-party key management system.""Azure needs to provide versions of Key Vault that are suitable for different sizes of companies.""I can see that other people are doing the infrastructure as code, they are able to easily manage and cycle their passwords as needed using their own interface they created. It would be nice if Microsoft provided more guidance in that area.""I would like more code examples.""It needs to offer dynamic secrets management.""Azure has great documentation, but I would like to see more use cases pertaining to specific industries. For example, case studies on how to use HIPAA compliant solutions in the healthcare industry or how to use PCI compliant data analytics solutions in the financial technology industry would be helpful.""The initial setup could be less complex for first-time users."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "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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  • "The cost of the Azure Key Vault is very high and the pricing model is based on the number of keys that you store and retrieve."
  • "The pricing is decent. It has a pretty low price. It is a straightforward cost based on usage."
  • "Pricing is quite reasonable and support is included, although premium support is available for an additional fee."
  • "Key Vault, like every Azure service, has a cost associated with it, but you don't have to spend thousands of dollars to spin up an environment to build a key management system. It's already there."
  • "The price of the solution is reasonable for what we are using it for."
  • "Azure is cheaper than CyberArk... CyberArk is good, but it's quite expensive."
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    Questions from the Community
    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 »
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    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: 
    Azure Key Vault is a SaaS solution. You can easily store passwords and secrets securely and encrypt them. Azure Key Vault is a great solution to ensure you are compliant with security and governance… more »
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    It is a managed service in Azure, you do not have to worry about security other than managing your own identities.
    Top Answer: 
    The price of the solution is reasonable for what we are using it for.
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    Keeper Security
    MS Azure Key Vault
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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.

    Azure Key Vault is a cloud service that provides a secure store for secrets. You can securely store keys, passwords, certificates, and other secrets. Azure key vaults may be created and managed through the Azure portal. In this quickstart, you create a key vault, then use it to store a secret.

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    Sample Customers
    At&t, Wells Fargo, Disney, GM, Chase, Honeywell, Samsung, Dow
    Adobe, DriveTime, Johnson Controls, HP, InterContinental Hotels Group, ASOS
    Top Industries
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    Religious Institution15%
    Engineering Company15%
    Insurance Company10%
    Healthcare Company10%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Comms Service Provider23%
    Computer Software Company22%
    Government6%
    Insurance Company5%
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    Manufacturing Company13%
    Financial Services Firm13%
    Hospitality Company13%
    Marketing Services Firm13%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company24%
    Comms Service Provider19%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Insurance Company6%
    Company Size
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    Small Business58%
    Midsize Enterprise5%
    Large Enterprise37%
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    Small Business46%
    Large Enterprise54%
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    Keeper is ranked 5th in Enterprise Password Managers with 4 reviews while Microsoft Azure Key Vault is ranked 1st in Enterprise Password Managers with 13 reviews. Keeper is rated 8.8, while Microsoft Azure Key Vault 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 Microsoft Azure Key Vault writes "Enables you to run infrastructure as code, to fully automate creation, management of, and access to, keys". Keeper is most compared with LastPass Business, Thycotic Secret Server, CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault, HashiCorp Vault and Dashlane, whereas Microsoft Azure Key Vault is most compared with HashiCorp Vault, AWS Secrets Manager, CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault, Thycotic Secret Server and Jetstack cert-manager. See our Keeper vs. Microsoft Azure Key Vault report.

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