RoboForm Enterprise v7 Reviewed

With an established pedigree in the consumer market, RoboForm is making the move to the enterprise with some good and bad results. eSecurityPlanet's thorough review says Siber Systems has delivered enough to warrant business consideration.

By Lisa Phifer | Posted Apr 15, 2010
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With an established pedigree in the consumer market, RoboForm is making the move to the enterprise with some good and bad results. eSecurityPlanet's thorough review says Siber Systems has delivered enough to warrant business consideration.


Price: From $59.95 per user (volume discounts available)
Pros: Improves password security through ease-of-use, policy control, and safe storage
Cons: No centralized audit or reporting, enterprise upgrades not yet finished

Nobody loves passwords. End users despise draconian rules that force them to define dozens of passwords. Compliance officers lose sleep over unsafe practices often used to remember passwords. Even with self-reset portals, help desks still devote far too much time to passwords. And yet, freely-defined, universally-supported passwords continue to dominate authentication.

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