We're just getting started (as a company) with 1Password for Teams. As I'm planning out the organization of how this will be managed for our staff, I was wondering about what guidelines I should create for accounts/credentials that are specific to an individual. The default action would be for the individual to create/store those accounts in their 'Private' vault, but I'm thinking that might be a bad idea for our company. The accounts an individual creates are still 'company' accounts for doing company business, they are just specific to that employee/user.
I need to have a plan for how to recover such accounts if/when an employee leaves the company. I do not want is a situation where those 'Private' vaults and the credentials they contain to be lost to our company when an employee leaves. I also do not want to have to rely on cooperation from the leaving employee about gaining access to 'their' Private vault upon termination.
Is the recommendation then to just have ALL employees create 'their' accounts in a vault other than the default 'Private' vault, to make sure I have access to move/copy accounts if the employee leaves?
What is the recommendation for this situation? Please advise. Thanks!
1Password Version: 6.8
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OS Version: OS X 10.11
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