We use PCs in our business and I have 1Password on my PC which I use with DropBox. It works great, although I'd way rather be using the mac version because the browser integration is nicer (imho).
We're getting ready for a major server and computer upgrade and I'd like to get 1Password for all six of our employees and use a shared folder on the server to store the database. All the sticky notes with passwords around everyone's desk is . . . less than secure.
I could get two family licenses . . . or I could get 6 individual licenses . . . either solution would work. However, although our staff is great, there could conceivably be a time when someone could quit and decided to delete our passwords. Needless to say, that would be a disaster.
What I'd love to have is a version of 1Password for business that would allow an administrator to set some type of safeguards against this sort of thing happening.
Even better would be a version that would allow for a shared master database and little mini individual databases, which could be stored on the employee's workstation or personal folder on the server.
I don't want to pay an arm and a leg - but I'd pay $100 for the program and an additional 10.00 each license without hesitation. More than that and I'd have to lobby the boss.
If the windows interface could be as beautiful as the mac interface, that'd be the perfect piece of software!