I understand you guys are hard at work on 1Password for Teams as a hosted solution with a monthly/yearly subscription. Once you have achieved this goal and you're satisfied with it, I'd like to propose that you consider making an on-site, self-hosted solution of 1Password for Teams. There are many, many organizations that have strict auditing compliance issues and cannot store there data in any cloud, or perhaps cannot store there data in the US and must have it stored in Europe, for example. By having a self-hosted solution, you guys can capitalize on a larger range customers.
In terms of monetizing it, there's already a lot of guidance in this area. Just take a look at other on-premise solutions from companies such as Github or Atlassian. There are several great ways to charge for such a solution while maintaining a subscription model for ongoing revenue to continue development of such a great product. The one that calls to me the most would be an annual fee for X-Y users, e.g. 1-10 users = $, 11-25 users = $$, 25-100 users = $$$, etc. You'd receive yearly revenue from these users and we would receive updated copies of 1Password for Teams along with client software.
I realize this is long-term thinking and may take years to realize, but I wanted to put this on your radar because it seems like the next logical step in the evolution of 1Password. That and Linux support. =)
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