New Update 1Password has plans to get companies to actually use one password


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Nov 10, 2017
Digital password manager company 1Password announced this week intentions to expand the login features of its services — starting with something the company calls Universal Sign On that it says can make logging into different websites or services even easier.

1Password already sells subscription services to small and large businesses looking to control and secure access to various passwords amongst staff — and now it looks to make Universal Sign On work alongside multi-factor authentication products like Duo and single sign-on (SSO) products like Okta (depending on what the enterprise needs are).

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— 1Password (@1Password) January 19, 2022

While announcing a new funding round valuing the company at $6.8 billion, 1Password launched a “vision of the future” website presenting a simplified idea on how 1Password can help make logins easier by remembering what single sign-on method was used on what site and ride it through for you (thereby, continuing the tradition of only needing the namesake “one password”).

Tom Warren with The Verge joined 1Password CEO and founders on a Twitter Space talk on Wednesday, asking:

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