Looking for a Dashlane Business alternative? Achieve your password security goals with Uniqkey, a European Dashlane alternative engineered to eliminate password-related risk at work and solve critical access management challenges for businesses. All in one super easy-to-use tool.
Hosted and operated in Denmark, Uniqkey is the only dedicated business password management solution in Europe with the foundation to fully adhere to the strict European GDPR data protection laws. This makes Uniqkey the top-pick password manager for businesses operating in Europe, as US-based alternatives aren’t subject to the same regulations.
If you’re looking for a better alternative to Dashlane, Uniqkey is built to serve the needs of businesses and offers access management tools like Cloud & SaaS Service Overview, Group Management and Secure Employee Onboarding & Offboarding that empower admins to keep the organization protected and productive.
We picked Uniqkey because they maximize our login security by making 2FA super easy to handle.
Unlike most password managers, Uniqkey offers 2FA Autofill. This is one of the most loved features by Uniqkey users and admins, as it makes 2FA super easy to handle. Simply accept your login request on your phone, and Uniqkey will automatically fetch your 2FA code and enter it for you, saving you both time and frustration.
As of today, Dashlane does not offer Two-factor Authentication Autofill as part of their feature set. And users report that its autofill feature is rather buggy at times.
To ensure a quick and smooth onboarding experience, Uniqkey offers all customers a dedicated customer success manager to oversee the implementation and assist with 1-1 technical support, including dedicated email, phone and live support. Uniqkey also automatically integrates and synchronizes with existing user directories for a rapid and friction-free deployment.
Dashlane only offers the same level of support in their premium Business plan.
To help businesses combat Shadow IT and save money on inactive licenses, Uniqkey registers all employee accounts and logins registed to your company domain and deliver this insight to admins in a detailed Service Overview. Here, they can monitor and regulate access to individual services to gain complete overview and control of any login vulnerabilities threatening the organization.
Dashlane does not offer the equivalent of Uniqkey’s Service Overview.
Want to switch to Uniqkey? Simply import your passwords as part of the swift Uniqkey onboarding flow. Uniqkey seamlessly imports all your current logins and makes them securely and instantly available to you in your Uniqkey mobile app and browser extension.
To uninstall Dashlane, follow these steps:
1. Close all open Dashlane windows.
2. Open the Start menu, type "Apps and Features" into the search bar, and press Enter.
3. Scroll down to find Dashlane in the list of installed programs, and click on it.
4. Click the "Uninstall" button, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the uninstallation process.
To delete your Dashlane account, follow these steps:
1. Open the Dashlane app on your device.
2. Go to the Account section of the app.
3. Click on the "Delete my account" option.
4. Confirm your decision to delete your account.
Note: Before you delete your account, make sure you have exported any data that you want to keep, as this action cannot be undone.
Dashlane stores your passwords securely on your device, and they are encrypted using advanced encryption standards. Your master password is never stored anywhere, so only you can access your password data.
Dashlane uses advanced encryption technology to protect your password data and personal information. The company also has strict security protocols in place to prevent unauthorized access to your data. However, like any password manager, it is important to use a strong, unique master password to prevent others from accessing your account.
In the event that Dashlane's systems are compromised, the company has processes in place to quickly respond to the breach and protect your data. This may involve resetting your master password and other security measures. It is important to regularly update your password and security settings to protect your account.
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