4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jul 28, 2016
The experience was good overall for the initial deployment. Over the years they have announced EOL on many products and that has caused our initial reasoning of having one vendor for all security products was forced to change.
look at your business strategy and then map out products that is needed. There might not be any one vendor but have to look at others. But integrating all into single dashboard is key to success. If you do not have visibility then it is a waste of money having best in bread products.
integrating into ePO
Moving away from few of the key security technologies.
continue with their strategy of single security vendor that has all security products with integrating into ePO. This make our life much easier.
May be. The reason for using McAfee was to use single vendor for all security products so there is no integration. Do not want our staff to be integrator but working on security maturity. With McAfee strategy of EOL on few product has caused issue for us. Finding other vendor to integrate is an issue.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 15, 2016
The deployment of the backend capabilities is relatively straight forward, but adoption from an endpoint perspective has been delayed due to unexplainable resource consumption.
Go to the vendor with a vetted list of requirements, don't let them influence what you needs are.
Comprehensive tool suite.
Bring the teams that manage the endpoints into the conversation/process earlier.
File integrity monitoring capability could use some refinement.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 10, 2015
Very good to meet business needs.
The product is easy to deploy and great vendor support when needed.
Software updates were quick when 0 day threats were released.
Support is very helpful to erradicate threats with our support team.
Was able to roll out easily.